All scions will be cut into 6-8 inch lengths — enough to graft 3 trees. It will arrive wrapped in wet newspaper and plastic and needs to be kept like this in a fridge until used in spring. All scions are $5.00 each + freight.
All propagation material is sent out in winter, when the plant material is dormant. Orders must be received by the end of May each year. Sorry - late orders cannot be accepted, however you may place an order at any time of the year - it will be processed for the next send out.
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If you are ordering this apple scionwood you need to have a rootstock to graft it onto. Apple rootstocks come with roots on them so you can plant the rootstock in winter and graft that same rootstock in spring when the buds on the rootstock begin to swell.
|Bill Rogers||Dessert, Cooker|
|Bob Lambert Totara House|
|Golden Hornet||Crab apple, Cider,|
|Jack Hum Crab Apple||Cider, vinegar,|
|Mayflower||Dessert, Cooker, Juice, Drying|
|Northern Spy||Dessert, Cooker|
|Ohinimuri (aka Munroe's Favourite)||Dessert, Drying, Cooking, Juicing|
|Peasgood Nonesuch||Dessert, Cooker|
|Red Spy||Eat, juice, Cooker|
|Reinette de Canada||Excellent Cooker, good keeper|
|Russet Matakana||Excellent Desert|
|Vaile Early||Dessert, Eating|
|Willie Sharp||Dessert, Cooker|
|Wilson’s Own||Dessert, Cooker|
|Wright's Scarlet Crab Apple|
If you are ordering peach scionwood you need to have either a plum rootstock or a peach seedling rootstock to graft it onto. If you are ordering Marianna cuttings to grow your own plum rootstocks from us they will need a year to grow before they are ready to graft. If you are ordering peach stones from us they will also need a year before they are ready to graft peach scionwood onto them.
Blackboy Red Leafed
Hokianga Golden Queen
Jim Armstrong Black
Please note: all these European plums fruit better on peach or on old European plum type rootstocks or peach rootstocks than they do on Marianna.
|Plums (uncertain rootstocks)|
Ahipara 1 (Victoria?)
Ahipara 2 (Golden Drop)
Mangamuka Golden Drop
Whakapirau Gold ( old Yellow O'gen)
Duff’s Early Jewel
Taneatua (an old Burbank)
Apricots, Nectarines and Medlar Scionwood
Apricots and nectarines need to be grafted to either peach seedlings or plum rootstocks; medlars need to be grafted onto quince rootstocks.
Pears can be grafted onto either quince BA29 to achieve a dwarf tree that fruits earlier, or pear seedlings which grow to huge trees and take years to fruit. Some pear cultivars are not compatible with Quince BA29; all of those offered here are.
Bert’s sel. Bon Cretian
Triumph de Vienna
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