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.

 
  • Early Harvest Scionwood

    It ripens over an extended period, grows well in all types of soil, and is prized for its great eating and cooking qualities. The fruit is medium in size with smooth, pale yellow skin. The tender white flesh is crisp and juicy with a brisk, tangy flavor.

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  • Early Joe Scionwood

    Early Joe first received recognition in 1843 at a fair exhibition in Rochester, New York. Ten years later, its reputation had spread to the South where it was listed in several nursery catalogs in the region. The medium-sized apple is slightly conical in...

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  • Early Strawberry Scionwood

    It is very similar in appearance to another early apple, Early Red Margaret, with the two often mistaken. Fruit is medium sized and often has unequal sides. The smooth, thick skin is light greenish-yellow with fine stripes and splashes of bright red. The...

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  • Edward VII Scionwood

    Regarded by some as the finest winter apple for spring pie and sauce. A great cooking apple. Medium to large, shiny green or yellow skin, flesh firm, tart and juicy. Flat-round to round shape. Keeps until Easter when it possesses a rich, sweet flavor...

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  • Egremont Russet Scionwood

    Prized as the most delicious of the English russets. Small, round, golden brown russet fruit often with black spots or markings. Greenish-yellow, richly flavored, very distinctive flesh, often described as nutty. Almost smoky, tannic quality develops...

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  • Emerald Spire Scionwood

    Growth habit like Crimson Spire but around mid-September you will be picking green apples with a beautiful golden blush & a crisp, tart & tangy flavor. The spring flowers are white, tinged with pink. Highly ornamental & productive in the garden or a...

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  • Empire Scionwood

    A McIntosh type apple with better color and flavor and longer keeper. Medium size fruit with a creamy white, crisp, juicy flesh.

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  • Empress Scionwood

    Fruit is medium sized, 90% red, with excellent eating quality and the aromatics of Jonamac. Tree habit is round, not vigorous. Blooms with Red Delicious.

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  • Erwin Baur Scionwood

    A good sized seedling of Oldenburg. A late variety, lightly striped red over yellow. It has especially hard and crisp flesh with the high flavor of Cox Orange.

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  • Esopus Spitzenburg Scionwood

    Thomas Jeffersons favorite dessert apple; A medium to large; orangish apple with some russeting. The flesh is yellow with spicy, juicy favor. Very good keeper.

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  • Fearns Pippin Scionwood

    A brilliant scarlet colored apple. Crisp, juicy flesh with an acid and sweet flavor resembling lemons but mellowing to a slight raspberry flavor.

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