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.

 
  • Fireside Scionwood

    Large conical fruit. Green skin with scarlet stripes and sometimes a mottled orange flush. Crisp, sweet, juicy greenish white to yellow flesh. Not flat or mealy. Sweet subacid flavor. Excellent dessert apple. Good keeper. Resistant to cedar apple rust...

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  • Franklin Scionwood

    Well-colored fruit. Tender, crisp flesh, mild flavor. Resembles shape of Delicious, but far superior in eating quality.

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  • Freyberg Scionwood

    Small, yellow/green apple with some russeting. White flesh is juicy and firm with a slight licorice taste.

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  • Garden Royal Scionwood

    Small to medium fruit. Thin green-yellow skin is nearly flushed red with stripes. Juicy, yellow flesh almost melts with tenderness. Great flavor.

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  • Ginger Gold Scionwood

    Can be picked green but will turn an attractive yellow with a blush if allowed to hang on the tree. Uiform fruit size. Keeps up to 6 months in storage. Ripens six weeks before Gibson Golden. Vigorous tree habit but no limb spreading is necessary.

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  • Gloria Mundi Scionwood

    A huge apple, probably the largest apple ever grown in the United States. Some apples commonly reach a pound or a pound-and-a-half. Although it is not considered a good fresh-eating apple, it is a fine cooking variety. The fruit is large to very large...

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  • Gloster Scionwood

    Conic shape, attractive fully red fruit with calyx end shoulder bumps. Larger, mostly 3" diameter. Good flavor, crisp flesh. Tarter flavor than Delicious. Extremely productive tree. Tree vigorous, heavy cropper.

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  • Gold Ball Scionwood

    Large, round, yellow fruit with some russeting. Fair keeper, strong grower, and annual bearer.

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  • Golden Noble Scionwood

    Very handsome pure yellow fruit with creamy white flesh and excellent texture. One of the best cooking apples with high acid and an extremely good fruity flavor. Trees are upright, spreading and moderately vigorous. A special garden tree because of the...

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  • Golden Pearmain Scionwood

    Golden Pearmain is believed to be one of the original apples grown in Thomas Jefferson's orchards in Monticello. The medium-sized, somewhat conical fruit has an attractive golden-orange skin, marbled and striped with red and bronze. The fine-grained,...

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  • Golden Pippin Scionwood

    Medium sized apple with mostly yellow skin. Flesh is yellow, tender and very juicy. Excellent desert and cooking apple.

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