The most famous peach of North Carolina. Seedling from the farm of William Balsey, Greensboro, 1894. Greensboro is the largest early peach, rather elongated, entirely white, a little green on the shoulder. Flesh not dense but filled with juice, fairly sweet and acid, white with very little pink near the pit. Fruits from within the tree sweeten well. Never misses a crop, should be well thinned. Mid July. 750 hours. On Lovell.