Yellow fruits blush pink when ripe and have thin fuzzy skins somewhat like peaches, soft-skinned, juicy and very sweet. Light fruity taste is not what you’d expect in a tomato. These prolific heirlooms resemble a peach. They have a mild and clean flavor. Indeterminate vines produce small fruits about 2 ounces that are good keepers, in fact, they improve with storage. First grown in American gardens way back in 1862. The Wapsipinicon Peach, named after the Wapsipinicon River in Iowa, is an indeterminate tomato, which means it grows and produces fruit throughout the season. It is a sprawling vine, so requires staking or caging.