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  1. Mark
    September 4, 2012 @ 1:28 pm

    I recently learned about curl-resistant Indian Free Peach. I read in a few places that it comes true from seed. Any chance you would have some of these pits that you could share?


    • Betty Dickerson
      June 14, 2016 @ 5:00 pm

      Mark, I have a friend who has the Indian peach tree. I can get the seeds if you want to email me your address. They are the only seed that will produce without a graft. The branches can be frail, and need stakes to handle the weight. Very flavorful small white peach


      • Tom
        June 17, 2016 @ 5:18 pm

        Thanks Betty, I’ll drop you an email!


  2. ingrid dion
    October 24, 2014 @ 10:06 am

    looking for the black boy/indian peach stones for Nelson NZ can you help me find them?


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  4. Alya Ross
    May 20, 2016 @ 2:47 pm

    Have you imported trees from any other country ? I am drooling over some French varieties of Fig, but have for some undefined reason been hesitant to process my shopping cart. :'(
    I saw your response about the New Zealand peach and thought, ” That’s some shipping.” BUUUUUT, in my climate New Zealand and Australian stuff flourishes. I plant all kinds of natives from there for butterflies, birds, and bugs, though I haven’t gone over to the fruit side.
    Australian vines are yummy and I bet the grapes would like it here. Hummmm. Oh Here is Watsonville California Zone 9 by the house, 8 ( 500 feet toward the road and 100 feet lower.)


    • Tom
      May 20, 2016 @ 3:06 pm

      Alya, I’m a bit jealous of your zone 9 in beautiful California. It’s amazing what grows there, seems like everything. I’ve never purchased plants from other countries, mainly because most nurseries won’t ship internationally, and those that do, have understandably hefty shipping charges. And Washington State is strict about certain crop trees coming into the state. Check out Bay Laurel Nursery in CA, and Burnt Ridge Nursery in Washington State, and One Green World in Oregon. They all ship and have great fruit trees and crops. Oh and in CA there is also Trees of Antiquity and their tree stock is exceptional. Good luck!!!


  5. Anna
    October 8, 2016 @ 4:56 pm

    Hello, two weeks ago I sent e-mail asking do you sale sweet meat squash and I haven’t heard from I will appreciate if you just sent “yes we do have or “no we don’t”
    I can’t find anywhere in Vancouver sweet meat squash.



    • Tom
      October 10, 2016 @ 5:59 am

      Hi Anna,
      I’m sorry, I must have missed your email. I really do try to answer everyone’s inquiries, so please accept my apology for keeping you hanging. No I do not have any sweet meat squash this year, I had a crop failure due to a herd of deer getting in the pumpkin patch early in the season. You may check with this Vancouver resource, they grow it or had seeds, and may know of a source this year.
      Take care, Tom


      • Anna Anthony
        October 15, 2016 @ 8:37 pm

        Thank you Tom, I really appreciate you reply to my e-mail. You take care too.



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