If ever there was a peach compounded of pure sweetness and light, that would be Pallas. In the class of peach well-named "honey," Pallas is among the few survivors of this soft. liquescent white-fleshed type so beloved in the South. Characteristic almond-shaped fruit, with a pink shoulder, of only medium size and productivity, Pallas is a relic of a bygone golden age of peaches. End August. 300 hours. On Lovell.