The Oldmixon Free peach is one of the oldest named American peaches. Derived from a cling peach, its origin is attributed to Sir John Oldmixion early in the nineteenth century. In 1807, a cutting was given to Thomas Jefferson, and it is still grown at Monticello today.
The tree bears large, round white-fleshed fruit is marbled with red. It has a sugary vanilla flavor and delicate flesh. The juice is extremely sweet. The Oldmixon Free peach is a large, round, freestone peach that has delicate white flesh with marbled red streaks.