I have a couple of dozen BBP stones. They grow true from seed and fruit within 3 years (apparently). PM your address if you're interested. Photos of the fruit on my page.

 

Aug 30 2011. No more BBP stones left but should have more in March 2012. Send me a friend request and PM your address to me if you'd like me to send you some next year :)


2013 season over, last of the BBP stones I had went to the Tokoroa Community garden:)

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the bbp isn't in season until the end of March where I live. You may be able to get some from someone who lives further north but if no joy, remind me again in March. I rely on the kindness of friends to give me the fruit so fingers crossed that they all have a good crop this year. My trees are a good two years away from fruiting - they've been grown from pips.

I would be interested please

my address is Tony Lucas

3 Weddell St Flaxmere

Hastings 4120

sincere thanks

Tony

hello Tony, the peaches are no longer in season and I haven't kept any stones this year. Please remind me next March and I'll save some for you.

would love some if you still can get them

Amanda , Andy & Tony, will pm my address to you so that you can send me a stamped addressed envelope - the smallest ones that the post office sell and I'll post two or three bbp stones to you.
I would be interested in some if you kept any this year as well please let me know.

Hello

Just read one of your posts.

Wondering if you have any Blackboy peach stones?

Kind regards

Trent O'Brien

Any young plants of BBP 

Hello Helen, I will have some bbp stones soon but no seedlings, they are very easy to grow out, just leave outdoors over winter. I've sent you a friend request with my address. just send a stamped addressed envelope to me (the smallest size postage paid post office plastic envelopes) and I'll pop some in the post to you soon as they are back in season. The seedlings grown from stones that I sent to the Tokoroa community garden in 2013 have already started to blossom and ought to fruit this year. Megan

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