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.

 
  • Bedan Scionwood

    Sweet to bittersweet cider variety. Very productive tree with some resistance to fire blight.

    $4.00
  • Belle de Boskoop Scionwood

    Large greenish-yellow fruit with rough skin and dark red blush on exposed fruits. Crisp, tangy, highly aromatic flesh. Outstanding, all-purpose, tart apple. Heavy bearing. Triploid.

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  • Ben Davis Scionwood

    A large, red stripped apple with hard, course flesh. One of the best keeper apples.

    $4.00
  • Benoni Scionwood

    An early season variety originating in Dedham, Massachusetts around 1832. A high-quality dessert apple with smooth yellowish-orange skin mostly covered with bright red and deep carmine striping. The yellow flesh is fine-grained, crisp and juicy.

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  • Billy Bound Scionwood

    A sweet, pleasant, lightly russeted apple of medium size to small. The fruit is blocky shape, uniform and scab free. The tree is large and spreading with a biennial bearing habit.

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  • Black Gilliflower Scionwood

    Large, long, conical, ribbed apple which, when highly colored, becomes almost purplish. Distinctive unusual flavor, reminiscent of Spitzenburg, rich and sweet, with relatively dry flesh. Hangs well on the tree but do not allow to become overripe as flesh...

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  • Blue Pearmain Scionwood

    An old apple of uncertain origin, but probably American. It was noted by the Royal Horticultural Society of London in 1893 and widely grown in New York and New England in the 19th century. A large, slightly conical fruit with red and purplish-red...

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  • Sunrise Scionwood

    Yellow-Red fruit. Unique pear-grape flavor. Good eating apple that ripens midseason. Hardy to -40 degrees.

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  • Bonnie Best Scionwood

    An excellent apple for pies, canning, and fresh use. Fruits are large with attractive pale red striping. Flesh is creamy color, crunchy, tender, juicy and slightly tart. Keeps well in storage.

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  • Braeburn Scionwood

    Late season apple of very high quality. Fruit is medium to large size with orangish-red blush over a green-yellow background. Quite tart and firm, good for eating and makes a fabulous pie. Rated high in fruit trials in Oregon and Washington, Braeburn is...

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  • Bramleys Seedling Scionwood

    Large, green cooking apple from England. Very good apple for cooking and cider. Trees are very vigorous and spreading. Bears heavy and regular.

    $4.00
  • Bramtot Scionwood

    A bittersweet green cider apple with some russeting. High tannin juice. Biennial bearer.

    $4.00
  • Breaky Scionwood

    Medium sized, yellow-green apple with bright red stripes. Good apple for eating fresh and cooking.

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  • Burgundy Scionwood

    Large, solid dark red apple with gloss like skin. Flesh is crisp with some red streaking as it ripens. Great eating apple. One of our favorites. Not a great keeper.

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