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Apple Scion Wood
Please note: scion wood is only sold in conjunction with rootstock.
Please order early to avoid disappointment, as some varieties have limited availability.
Scion wood is one year old growth taken from a parent tree and is suitable for winter grafting, while the scion is still dormant. When grafted onto a rootstock, the resulting fruit/flower will be true to the parent tree, but will also have the benefits of the rootstock.
Scions can be grafted onto the rootstock straight away while both the rootstock and scion are dormant. If you prefer, you can graft when the rootstock is beginning to break dormancy, but it is important that the scion is still dormant.
We collect scion cuts early in the winter dormant period, and store them in the cooler. Each scion is approximately 20 cm in length, which can allow for 2-3 grafts from each length, depending on the number of buds grafted and the space between buds.
When you receive your scion wood, please keep it in a sealed plastic bag in the fridge to maintain dormancy, until you are ready to graft.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deciduous Rootstock and Tree Specialists
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