Just sharing some fun facts? ANYWAY, yeah, that makes a lot of sense to me since the word for peach in Japanese is momo. Peaches have that range of colors, so what you’re saying follows.
I love learning about colors within different cultural contexts. In Japanese class I learned that the language didn’t have a word for green for a long time, so green things were described as blue. Even now, you call an unripe banana a “blue banana” or a green traffic light a “blue light.”