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.

 
  • Coconut Crunch Scionwood

    A hard, yellow apple which has the actual texture like a chunk of coconut. The flavor is mild but interesting. Tastes best after it has been stored for a while.

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  • Coe's Golden Drop Scionwood

    Small, flat, conical fruit; yellow, blushed with bright crimson. Crisp and yellow flesh; very juicy, brisk, sugary and vinous. Susceptible to scab.

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  • Connell Red Scionwood

    It is red sport of Fireside which itself is a cross of McIntosh and Longfield. It is a large round apple with a solid red color and a sweet perfumed fragrance reminiscent of its parent McIntosh. An excellent fresh eating and cooking apple and a superb...

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  • Cortland Scionwood

    A McIntosh type with sweet vinous flavor, but not all of Macs aromatics. Very white crisp flesh; one of the best salad apples because it does not brown quickly. Hangs on the tree better than McIntosh, and more crisp in hot weather.

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  • Court Pendu Plat Scionwood

    The name is derived from Corps Pendu, referring to the shortness of the stem. Skin is greenish-yellow becoming flushed with orange-red with short broken stripes. A good cropper with rich, aromatic fruit with a good balance of sugar and acid. Suitable for...

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  • Cox Orange Pippin Scionwood

    Fruit medium, red and yellow, usually striped. Flesh yellow, firm, crisp, very juicy, aromatic. Highly esteemed in England as a dessert apple; produces an excellent apple in cooler summer climates. One of the best apples for espalier.

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  • Dabinett Scionwood

    A bittersweet cider apple with greenish-yellow skin with a red blush. Blooms late and is a reliable cropping apple. Some scab resistance.

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  • D'Arcy Spice Scionwood

    Great flavor in a plain package. Yellowish-green skin, flushed with russet patches surrounds fine, firm crisp flesh with rich, vinous flavor. One of the favorites at our apple tastings.

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  • Delcon Scionwood

    Full sized, dark red fruits shaped like a Delicious. Sweet, crisp, juicy, white flesh. Good fresh and for pies. Keeps into the winter. Tree is a natural semi-dwarf. Rarely needs pruning. Bred for its resistance to fireblight. Bears enormous yields of...

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  • Dolgo Crab Scionwood

    Small 1.5" inch olive-shaped, crimson fruits. Highly flavored. Ideal for canning and preserving whole.

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  • Duchess of Oldenburg Scionwood

    Fruit medium to large; color pale yellow covered with splashes and stripes of pinkish red. Excellent flavor with tart overtones. Very good for cooking. Earliest apple.

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  • Dudley (North Star) Scionwood

    A seedling from Duchess of Oldenburg. Tree is very cold hardy. Medium to large apple that is bright green/yellow skin with red stripping. The yellow flesh is firm, chris, and very juicy. Good keeper.

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