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Scionwood and Small Fruit Cuttings

Scionwood
Scionwood is a great way to propagate fruit trees which can be otherwise expensive and hard to get. We off 8-12 inch pieces of scionwood for grating. 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]


Last day to order scionwood is March 31st 2022. 

Apricots

Alfred - Sun: Full, Fruit: Round bright orange apricots that have orange flesh which is freestone, sweet, juicy, and fine grained. Note: Cold hardy, late bloomer which helps to avoid frost damage, developed by the NY State Agricultural Research Station in Geneva, NY in 1965 by crossing a Doty seedling with a Geneva. Self-fertile, but will produce a larger crop if planted with other apricot varieties to pollinate with. Blooms are pink/white in color. Zone: 3-7 (mother tree is growing in Zone 5). 


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

Apricot Scion
$4.00

Cherries, Sour

Sumdinka - Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red sour fruit that ripen mid-July and are good for baking and eating fresh. Note: Self-fertile, early bloomer, blooms white flowers, and is a good pollinator for other cherries. It is also a Russian variety that is a cross of Köröser Weichsel and Heimanns Konservenweichsal cherries that was done by Dr. Asen Stančević and Dr. Petar Mišić in 1969 and released in 1984. Zone: N/A (mother tree is currently growing in zone 5).


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

Sour Cherry Scion
$4.00

Nectarine

Harko - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/red fruit with yellow freestone flesh that is juicy and sweet. Fruit can be used to replace peaches in recipes. Note: Self-fertile, blooms pink flowers, and variety developed in Canada. Trees are resistant to bacterial spot and brown rot. Zone: 5-8 (mother tree is growing in zone 5).


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

Nectarine Scion
$4.00

Peaches

Crest Haven - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/red peaches with yellow freestone flesh that ripen in August. Fruit is good for canning, cooking, eating fresh, and freezing. Note: Variety was developed in South Haven, MI in 1963. The trees bloom late and avoid frost damage. Also, the trees are self-pollinating. Zone: 5-8 (mother tree is growing in zone 5).


Iowa Indigenous White - Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size pale yellow peaches with a red blush and creamy white, red veined toward center flesh that is freestone. Good for baking, canning, eating fresh, or freezing. Fruit ripens late August/early September. Note: Native/rare peach from the Midwest that is cold hardy. Need two trees or another peach of a different variety with same bloom time for pollination, Zone: 4 (mother trees currently growing in zone 5).


Veteran - Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium golden/red peaches with yellow coarse, freestone, juicy, sweet flesh. Fruit are good for canning, drying, and freezing. Note: Variety is a cross of Early Alberta Peach that was developed in 1928 in Canada. One of the most cold hardy varieties of peaches. Trees are self-fertile, blooms pink flowers, and bloom late which helps to avoid frost damage. Zone: 4-8 (mother tree is currently growing in Zone 5). 


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

Peach Scion
$4.00

Plums, American

NC Mckibben - Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Bright/red orange fruit that has bitter skins but sweet flesh. Note: Needs another Chickasaw type of plum such as Guthrie, Odom or Tooles Heirloom to pollinate with. Zone: 5-9 (mother tree is currently growing in Zone: 5). Thin scion.


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

American Plum Scion
$4.00

Plums, European

Damson - 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 (mother tree currently growing in zone 5).


Green Gage - Sun: Full, Fruit: Greenish/yellow plums that are very juicy and sweet that ripen in July. Note: Heirloom variety that is self-pollinating but recommend planting another European plum like Mirabelle as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8 (mother tree currently growing in zone 5). 


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

European Plum Scion
$4.00

Plums, Japanese

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 (mother tree currently growing in zone 5).


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

Japanese Plum Scion
$4.00

Quince

Large Yellow Heirloom - Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow fuzzy fruit which are sweet and have a pineapple like scent. Fruits are too hard to eat raw, but once cooked are good in drinks, pastries, and preserves. Note: Trees/shrubs has soft pink flowers and are self-fertile, but should be planted with another quince in order to increase fruit production. Zone: 5-8 (mother trees growing in zone 5). Thin scion.


Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm


A minimum of 5 scion, mix and match, is required for ordering.

Quince Scion
$4.00