It’s a nice tasting peach. Like many of these older varieties, the fruit doesn’t color well. In fact, some years there will be a little green around the stem, even though the fruit is soft ripe.
Just about all peach flowers are pink. There are a very few outliers which are white and a few lavender.
Showy blossoms are distinct from non-showy in that the showy have bigger petals and open up quite a bit so the petals lay more flat. Non-showy petals are much smaller and don’t lay as flat but point out forward from the base. I still have probably over 60 different peach varieties in my orchard (I’ve gotten rid of a bunch) and it’s generally very easy to spot non-showy vs. showy flowers when you walk down through there.
Sometimes there are some that are sort of “in between” showy and non-showy, but those are rare. As I recall one of the Peento peaches is like this. Could be classified as showy or non-showy.
I can’t easily find a pic of one of my non-showy blooms because I generally don’t photograph them, after all they don’t provide much of a “show”. Maybe someone here can provide a closeup of some of non-showy peach flowers?
Here’s a closeup of another showy peach flower. A professional photographer wanted to take some pics of some of the blooms last spring. I don’t know what variety is in this pic.