Grafting fruit trees
3 types of blueberries on one bush! - Enjoy fresh blueberries for months! These shrubs are the result of three different blueberry varieties grafted onto a single rootstock to give you a single bush that produces berries from spring into fall. You’ll have berries to pick all summer, instead of all at once. You’ll...
Sweet Almond Tree 'Robijn' Prunus dulcis 'Robijn' This variety is grown throughout the U.K. for its beautiful pink blossom but will also produce heavy yields of nuts when conditions are favourable. It is grafted onto Krymsk® 86 rootstock which restricts the size of the tree whilst improving yield. Reaches a maxiumum height and spread of 3.6m (12ft).
Black Hamburgh Grape Vine Early ripening red dessert. - Two year graft 3lt pot grown vine supplied. An indoor grape vine, producing masses of red dessert grapes if grown in an unheated greenhouse or conservatory. Excellent for cultivation in a container. Will also fruit well if grown outside against a very sunny wall.
My favorite graft for these tree makeovers is known as a bark graft and the time to do it is just as leaves are beginning to poke out of recently dormant stems and the bark easily separates from the wood. Which is now, early May, here in New York’s Hudson Valley. Ideally, foot-long scions of one-year-old wood (last years growth) have been gathered a few weeks previous and have been kept dormant with refrigeration.data-pin-do=
Dwarf Pear Tree Another kind of dwarf fruit tree is pear dwarf tree, pears could be considered as the largest of such varieties pruning in early spring or winter. Slightly rich acidic soil with a pH of 6.0-6.5 with sunlight is favorable for this fruit tree. Such trees are spaced about 8 feet apart and semi-dwarf at 13feet apart. Pear fruit trees are winter favorable trees having temperature about -25 degrees F. Container should be deep and minimum of 24". Rootstocks: EMH, Quince A and Quince...