Rez Zircon wrote:Those look like interesting peaches. How cold-tolerant are they? I'm in Montana, we get to around -20F most years. Apricots will grow here, tho, and wild plums are like weeds, they're everywhere. Anyway if you're still sending out pits I'd like to try some! Thanks!
Michael Longfield wrote:I have looked all over the internet for seeds of this variety. I have even contacted many nurseries who sell blood peach trees to see if they would do me a favor and sell me some of their seeds...but no luck.
If anyone is interested in selling, bartering, or gifting me some of these seeds please PM me or email me at email@example.com I would be most grateful and make sure to spread them around!
Ken W Wilson wrote:
Can anyone tell me where I can get seeds for these peaches?
Ken W Wilson wrote:Does anyone have any of these seeds this year?
Rez Zircon wrote:Here's a nursery in Georgia that has them, tho I don't see them listed as seeds.
Zone 4-8 so it is reasonably cold-hardy.
How is this for a fresh-eating peach? not really interested in canning, but I do like a good tree-ripened peach.
Joshua Midgette wrote:Hello, new here but came across this thread while searching for the black boy peach in the USA. I see that some other people were looking for it last year so I am passing on a source to get the trees. The nursery involved changed the name to be more politically correct but here is a link. https://onegreenworld.com/product/autumn-rose-2/ Enjoy.
Ken W Wilson wrote:I think blood Cling used to be called Indian Cling? Is Black Boy the same?
Is Indian Free related? I have one from Raintree.
William Dempsey wrote:I realize this thread is old, but may I ask what you all are using to pollinate your Blood cling peach trees with? I'm in zone 5. THank you for any help or pointers!
Judith Browning wrote:Megan, those peaches are beautiful. Are you going to plant some more from seed
Phil Gardener wrote:Those look great, Megan! That's quite a slope you have there, and the water moderating your temperatures! Looking forward to following this thread as your trees grow and mature!