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Buy scion wood for grafting

We offer scion/bud wood taken from a selection of fruit tree varieties growing in our North Canterbury forest garden.

Scions purchased from June will be cut from dormant trees and should be stored appropriately for grafting in early spring.

Scions purchased during spring (September - October here at blockhill) can be grafted directly (green wood) as soon as possible after delivery.

Grafting techniques, compatibility, storage etc.

Scion wood is availabe from June - September. Please check back.

We currenlty offer the following:


Apple - Belle de Boskoop
Apple - Braeburn
Apple - Freyberg
Apple - Fuji
Apple - Granny Smith
Apple - Royal Gala
Apple - Tydeman's Late Orange
Apricot - Jumbo (seedling)
Apricot - Moorpark
Apricot - Royal Rosa
Nashi - Hosui
Peach - Golden Queen
Pear - Beurre Hardy
Pear - Taylor's Gold
Pear - Williams' bon Chretien (Bartlett)
Plum - Black Doris
Plum - Kereru Gold

Babaco

Babaco

Variety  PentagonaCommon name  Babaco, Mountain Papaya, Champagne FruitLatin name  Carica x heilborniiDetails  Grown under plastic. Produces large, yellow fruit pentagonal in cross-section. Easily propagated from stem cuttings.Harvest      Forest layer  low-treeDiameter  1.00Height (m)  2Flowers  Small whiteEdible  Evergreen  Frost sensitive  Fruit / berries  Perennial  Shade / Sun  Full sun - part shadeSoil type  Rich, free drainingWind tolerance  Low (large leaves)Propigation method  CuttingTags    exotic  sub-tropical  fruit  Rating  
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Babaco cutting

Babaco cutting

Details  Propagate and grow your own babaco plants quick and easy with stem cuttings. Simply place the cutting 1 third into the soil (right way up) and keep damp in a sunny sheltered warm location. High success rate and should produce fruit in 12 - 18 months.Tags    subtropical  fruit  cuttings  propagation  Price  $2.9015cm stem cutting

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10 x Plant / tree labels (red)

10 x Plant / tree labels (red)

Details  Coloured plastic plant and tree identification labels.Price  $1.50for 10
Only 8 in stock Buy Now

Buy scion wood for grafting

We offer scion/bud wood taken from a selection of fruit tree varieties growing in our North Canterbury forest garden.

Scions purchased from June will be cut from dormant trees and should be stored appropriately for grafting in early spring.

Scions purchased during spring (September - October here at blockhill) can be grafted directly (green wood) as soon as possible after delivery.

Grafting techniques, compatibility, storage etc.

Scion wood is availabe from June - September. Please check back.

We currenlty offer the following:


Apple - Belle de Boskoop
Apple - Braeburn
Apple - Freyberg
Apple - Fuji
Apple - Granny Smith
Apple - Royal Gala
Apple - Tydeman's Late Orange
Apricot - Jumbo (seedling)
Apricot - Moorpark
Apricot - Royal Rosa
Nashi - Hosui
Peach - Golden Queen
Pear - Beurre Hardy
Pear - Taylor's Gold
Pear - Williams' bon Chretien (Bartlett)
Plum - Black Doris
Plum - Kereru Gold

Babaco

Babaco

Variety  PentagonaCommon name  Babaco, Mountain Papaya, Champagne FruitLatin name  Carica x heilborniiDetails  Grown under plastic. Produces large, yellow fruit pentagonal in cross-section. Easily propagated from stem cuttings.Harvest      Forest layer  low-treeDiameter  1.00Height (m)  2Flowers  Small whiteEdible  Evergreen  Frost sensitive  Fruit / berries  Perennial  Shade / Sun  Full sun - part shadeSoil type  Rich, free drainingWind tolerance  Low (large leaves)Propigation method  CuttingTags    exotic  sub-tropical  fruit  Rating  
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Related

Babaco cutting

Babaco cutting

Details  Propagate and grow your own babaco plants quick and easy with stem cuttings. Simply place the cutting 1 third into the soil (right way up) and keep damp in a sunny sheltered warm location. High success rate and should produce fruit in 12 - 18 months.Tags    subtropical  fruit  cuttings  propagation  Price  $2.9015cm stem cutting

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10 x Plant / tree labels (red)

10 x Plant / tree labels (red)

Details  Coloured plastic plant and tree identification labels.Price  $1.50for 10
Only 8 in stock Buy Now