Apple Scionwood

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We are in the business of providing scionwood and acclimatized varieties of apple trees, pear trees, and plum trees. We specialize in antique apples which are propagated at our nursery in Northeastern Wisconsin.  Our hundreds of varieties of antique apple trees include Ashmeads's Kernel, Calville Blanc d'Hiver, Cox Orange Pippin, Esopus Spitzenburg, Hudson's Golden Gem, Pitmaston Pineapple, Roxbury Russet, and Pink Pearl to name a few.  For those who do their own grafting, we sell scionwood of most of our antique apple tree varieties.    We will also do custom bench grafting of any of our cultivars on our standard, semi-dwarfing and dwarfing rootstock.  Shipping is available for all of our products.  Please feel free to call us if you have any questions.

 
  • Cox's Pomona Scionwood

    Cox's Pomona Scionwood

    Sister of Cox's Orange Pippin. Looks much like Cox's Orange Pippin. Flesh is white, crisp and tart. Great apple for eating, baking and cooking.

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  • Gray Pearmain Scionwood

    Gray Pearmain Scionwood

    A large, green, pink blushed, russetted apple. Flesh is crisp, white, and juicy while being mildly tart with a pearlike taste. A good keeper.

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  • Guyandotte Pippin Scionwood

    Guyandotte Pippin Scionwood

    A chance seedling found along the banks of the Guyandotte River. A small to medium size, elongated apple with red skin. The flesh is yellow and firm with a sweet tangy flavor.

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  • Red Barron Scionwood

    Red Barron Scionwood

    Medium to large, red apple with tart, juicy flesh. A good keeper. Trees are productive and somewhat disease resistant.

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  • Sierra Beauty Scionwood

    Sierra Beauty Scionwood

    Large, handsome apple with thin green and yellow skin, striped or blushed red. A favorite apple from Boonville, CA. Juicy, very crisp and tart. A good seller in farm markets and an excellent keeper. The tree is compact.

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  • Wolf River Scionwood

    Wolf River Scionwood

    Enormous fruits, often 1 lb. or more, famous for one pie from one fruit. Pale yellow skin almost covered with pale dull red. Soft, tender, creamy white flesh. Mostly used for baking and pies, but in the right climate on sandy soil it becomes a good...

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