‘Peach’ (C. mollissima) is a G. Miller selection from a 1972 planting of C. mollissima seedlings (Carrollton, OH), which is the same planting that produced ‘Miller 72-76’, ‘Amy’, and ‘Gideon’. Its mother was acquired from Ackerman Nursery, Bridgman, MI, in 1957. Its main attribute is consistent production of medium to large nuts with a distinct “peach fuzz” on the shell. The tree tends to fall flower, which tends to reduce the next year’s yield. Its flavor is typical (Miller, 2003).