Belle of Georgia Peach
Lewis A. Rumph introduced the Belle of Georgia, which he named for Mrs. Belle Hall, mother of Mrs. J. N. Neel of Macon in the late 1870’s. A deliciously sweet, old-time favorite peach. Large, creamy white fruit with a bright red cheek. Belle of Georgia is highly flavored, firm, white, freestone flesh tinged with red. An excellent choice for fresh eating, canning, or desserts.