Rootstocks

Rootstocks are used for grafting and budding onto. If you know or want to learn how to graft or bud, you can propagate yourself. This year we offer a handful of rootstocks, but sorry no quince or pears.

Rootstocks There are 4 products.

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  • A dwarfing rootstock for growing and propagating apples and crabapples onto. These have been grown on for one year after harvesting from a stoolbed, so have established root systems.


  • Mariana rootstock are for for growing and propagating plums and ¬†apricots and to a lesser extent, peaches and nectarine. Plums have highest rate of grafting, while the others achieve best take when budded in summer. These have been grown on for one year after harvesting from a stoolbed, so have established root systems.


  • A superdwarfing rootstock for growing and propagating apples and crabapples onto. These have been grown on for one year after harvesting from a stoolbed, so have established root systems.


  • A semi-dwarfing rootstock for growing and propagating apples and crabapple. These have been grown on for one year after harvesting from a stoolbed, so have established root systems.

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