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Fruit Tree Scionwood

Scionwood is a great way to propagate fruit trees which can be otherwise expensive and hard to get. We offer 8–12-inch pieces of scionwood for grafting. A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering. Each scion should yield approximately 2 to 3 grafts but can vary depending on species and variety. Due to such wide variance in grafting practices, we do NOT warranty any scion that does not graft.


Once you get your scion, you will need to keep it in the refrigerator until you use it for grafting. Scion should be kept in plastic bags with a moist, not wet, paper towels to prevent from drying out.


If you have any questions on the scion or ordering, please feel free to contact us at 607-583-2467 or [email protected]


Note: The diameter of the scion wood is a little bit thinner this year compared to last year due to the drought we had in 2022. Also, last day to place orders for scion wood in 2023 is February 28th. 

Apple Scion

Below is the list of apple scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Crimson Crisp - Sun: Full, Fruit: Crimson colored apples with sweet yellow flesh. Apples ripen early to mid-September and are good for cider, eating fresh, juice, storage. Also, apples can be stored for up to 4-6 months. Note: The variety was developed by the Rutgers Fruit Research and Development Center in 1971. It was released in 2005 and was under license propagation by Adams County Nursery. The parentage of this apple includes the apple varieties of Crandal, Edgewood, Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Melba, and Rome. Also, trees need to be planted with another variety of apple that blooms/ripen around the same time for pollination. Zone: 5-8.


Fuji - Sun: Fall, Fruit: Apples are yellow green with pink/red blush. The flesh of the apples is white and crisp, juicy and sweet. Fruit can be used in baking, cooking, and for juice. Note: This variety was developed in the 1930s by the Tohoku Fruit Tree Research Station in Morioka, Japan from Red Delicious and Ralls Janet Apples. Zone: 4-8.


Hudson's Golden Gem - Sun: Full, Fruit: Golden skinned apples with brown russeting. Flesh is crisp, juicy, nutty, and sweet in flavor. Apples ripen in September and is good for baking, cider, and fresh eating. Note: This variety was discovered growing wild in a hedgerow in Oregan in the 1920s and introduced by the Hudson Wholesale Nursery in 1931. The variety requires another variety that blooms/ripens around the same time for pollination. Zone: 4-10.


Jonagold - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow apples with a red blush. Flesh is white and very sweet. Fruit is good for eating fresh and ripens mid-September. Note: This variety is a cross between Golden Delicious and Jonathan that was done by Cornell University in Geneva, NY and released in 1953. Another variety of apple that blooms/ripens around the same time is needed for pollination. Unfortunately, it has been found that Golden Delicious is unable to be a pollinator for this variety. The variety is said to be very disease resistant too. Zone: 4-8.


Jonathan - Sun: Full, Fruit: Bright red, medium sized apples that ripen mid-September to mid-October. Flesh is bright white, crisp, juicy and a bit tart. Apples are good for baking, cider, cooking, fresh eating, freezing and storage. Note: The variety originated in Woodstock, NY during the 1700s. Good disease resistance. Tis variety requires another variety of apple that blooms/ripens around the same time for pollination. Zone: 4-10. 


Mountain Rose - Sun: Full, Fruit: Green apples that have an orange/red blush and dark red flesh that is sweet/tart. Apples ripen in early September and are good for baking, juicing, salads, and sauce. Note: Variety discovered by Bill Schulz near Airlie, OR. Best pollinators for this variety include Arkansas Black, Enterprise, Empire, Jonathan, Liberty, Mutsu, Wealthy, Winesap, and more. Zone: 4.


Nothern Spy - Sun: Full, Fruit: Red/green apples with thin skin and sweet/tart flavor. Fruit ripens October through November are good cooking, fresh eating, and storage. In fact, apples keep in storage for up to 5 months. Note: Variety originated in East Bloomfield, NY in the 1800's. Good pollinators for this variety include Black Oxford, Enterprise, Ginger Gold, GoldRush, Golden Delicious, Kingston Black, Red Delicious, Winter Banana and more. Zone: 4-8.


Winesap - Sun: Full, Fruit: Apples are medium size and red. The flesh is yellow, firm, crisp and juicy. Fruit is good for cider making and storage. Also, fruit ripens September to October. Note: This apple was first mentioned in 1804 in New Jersey. It' parentage is still unknown. This variety is a triploid variety and pollen is sterile in pollinating itself. Also, because of being triploid it needs two other varieties that bloom/ripen around the same time for pollination. A crabapple of self-fertile apple varieties that ripens around the same time can be used as well. Zone: 5-8. 


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Apple Scion
$4.00

Apricot Scion

Below is the list of apricot scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Skaha - Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium to large size orange skinned fruit with a red blush. Flesh is firm and sweet. Note: A open pollination seedling of the Perfection variety that was discovered in 1973 in Summerland, BC. It is recommended that the variety Sundrop is used as pollinator. Zone: 5. 


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Apricot Scion
$4.00

Cherry Scion

Below is the list of cherry scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Armena di Pescaria (Tart) - Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red cherries that have a sweet and tart taste. Fruit ripens in July and is good for canning, eating fresh, juice and preserves. Note: This is an Italian variety and requires another tart or sweet cherry variety as a pollinator. Zone: 5.


Gold (Sweet) - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow skin and flesh cherries that are flavorful and sweet. Fruit ripens in July and disease and crack resistant. Note: This variety requires another variety of sweet cherry as a pollinator. Zone: 5.


Govenor Wood (Sweet) - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large round to heart shaped cherries that are yellow with a red blush. Fruit is sweet and ripens in July. Note: The variety was introduced in 1842. Trees are disease resistant and self-fertile. Zone: 5. 


Sumdinka (Sour) - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red cherries that are aromatic and firm. Cherries ripen in July and are good for baking, canning, eating fresh, juice and preserves. Note: The variety was developed in 1969 in Cacak, Serbia. Trees are self-fertile. Zone: 4-8.


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Cherry Scion
$4.00

Cherry Plum Scion

Below is the list of cherry plum (Prunus cerasifera) scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Cherunushka - Sun: Full, Fruit: Small fruit used for preserves. Note: Cherry plums (Prunus cerasifera) are native throughout Asia and Europe. This variety is said to originate from Latvia. Zone: 5 (in an unheated high tunnel)


De Caradeve - Sun: Full, Fruit: Smal fruit that is good for preserves. Note: Cherry plums (Prunus cerasifera) are native throughout Asia and Europe. This variety is said to originate from South Carolina. Zone: 5 (in an unheated high tunnel)


Krauter Vesuvius - Sun: Part to Full, Fruit: Small reddish fruit that can be used for preserves or feeding wildlife. Note: This variety is primarily grown for ornamental purposed because of its beautiful dark purple/red leaves. Also, this variety was introduced in 1957 by Krauter Nursery in Bakersfield, CA. Zone: 5-8.  


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Cherry Plum Scion
$4.00

Crabapple Scion

Below is the list of crabapple scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Jonsib - Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Insignificant. Note: Produces a bountiful number of white flowers. Good pollinator for apple trees. Zone: 3-7. 


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Crabapple Scion
$4.00

Mulberry Scion

Below is the list of mulberry scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Lawson Dawson - Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Black fruit ripens over a long period of time. Note: Found by Lucky Pittman in Kentucky. Zone: 4. 


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Mulberry Scion
$4.00

Nectarine Scion

Below is the list of nectarine scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Harko - Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow nectarines with a thick red blush. Flesh is yellow and freestone. Fruit is juicy and sweet. Fruit ripens July-August. Note: This is a Canadian variety with beautiful pink blossoms. Trees are self-fertile. Zone: 5-9. 


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Nectarine Scion
$4.00

Peach Scion

Below is the list of peach scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Contender - Sun, Fruit: Medium to large size peaches that have yellow skin with a red blush. Flesh of the peaches are yellow and freestone. Note: This variety was developed by the North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station in 1987. Trees are self-fertile, but planting with another variety of peach tree for pollination will increase the yield. Zone: 4.


Cresthaven - Large yellow and red colored peaches with yellow freestone flesh that is said to be resistant to browning. Fruit ripens in August and good for canning, cooking, eating fresh, and freezing. Note: Trees bloom late and help to avoid frost damage. Also, this variety was developed in 1963 in South Haven, Michigan. The variety is also self-pollinating.


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Peach Scion
$4.00

Plum, European Scion

Below is the list of European plum (Prunus domestica) scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Damson - Sun: Full, Fruit: Small to medium size purple/blue plums. Yellow flesh is clingstone, juicy, and tangy. Fruit ripens in August and is good for canning, desserts, eating fresh, and preserves. Note: This is an Heirloom variety from Shropshire, England that was introduced to the United States in the 1800s. Trees are self-pollinating. Zone: 5-7.


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Plum, European Scion
$4.00

Plum, Japanese Scion

Below is the list of Japanese plum (Prunus salicina) scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Methley - Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sized red/purple plums that have mild sweet red flesh. Fruit ripens mid-July and are clingstone. Note: Blooms white blossoms, variety originally from South Africa and introduced to the USA in 1922, and self-fertile but should be planted with another Japanese plum variety to help with pollination. Zone: 4-9.


Shiro - Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow skin and flesh plums that are sweet and juicy. Fruit ripens in late-July and clingstone. Note: Heat tolerant and introduced in the USA in 1899. White blooms and needs another Japanese type of plum to pollinate with like Bubblegum, Methley, Ozark Premium, or Santa Rose. Zone: 5-9.


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Japanese Plum Scion
$4.00

Plum Hybrids 

Below is the list of plum hybrid scion wood which we offer. Note: We do not list the size of the trees because that will be dependent on the type of rootstock which you will be grafting upon.


Haleardi - Sun: Full, Fruit: No information is available at this time. Note: A hybrid between an unknown apricot and plum variety from New Zealand. Zone:5 (in and unheated high tunnel)


Lantz - Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available at this time. Note: This variety is an apricot and plum hybrid of unknow parentage that came from Iowa. Zone: 5 (in an unheated high tunnel) 


Mesch Mesch Amarah - Sun: Full, Fruit: Round flatten fruit that are said to be black/violet in color. Yellow/orange flesh is juicy and sweet. Note: It is a hybrid between a cherry plum and apricot from Northern Africa. This variety is said to be one of the plum-cot varieties for northern growing. Also, this variety will need a cherry plum or Japanese plum variety as a pollinator. Zone: 5 (in an unheated high tunnel)


Purple Kometa - Sun: Full, Fruit: Burgundy/red fruit with yellow/red flesh that is freestone, juicy, and sweet. Note: It is a type of Siberian plum and is a cross of Cherry, Chinese, Japanese, Ussurian plums. Trees are said to have good resistance to frost and plum pox virus. This variety must be planted with another Cherry, Japanese or Siberian plum variety for pollination. Also, very cold hardy. Zone: 5 (in unheated high tunnel)


Sharpe - Sun: Full, Fruit: Small yellow fruit that are soft and sweet. Note: This variety was discovered in Florida by Dr. Ralph Sharpe. It appears to be a hybrid of the American Chickasaw plum and another unknown plum species. Can be used as a semi-dwarf rootstock for peaches. Also, this variety is said to provide resistance through the rootstock for peach tree short life. Zone: 5 (in an unheated high tunnel). 


Tlor ciran - Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available. Note: Also, referred to as black or purple apricot. Appears to be originally from China. An apricot and plum cherry hybrid. Pollination requirements are unknown. Zone 5 (in an unheated high tunnel)


Tlor tsiran - Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark purple/red fruit that are oval and fuzzy like an apricot with red and yellow juicy flesh. Fruit ripens in August. Note: It is a naturally occurring hybrid between apricot and myrobalan plums from Russia. Late flowering varieties of apricots or other plum/apricot hybrids can be used for pollinating this variety. Zone: 5 (in an unheated high tunnel)


For tax exempt and pick-up orders please contact us at 607-583-2467 or [email protected]


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Plum Hybrids
$4.00