We specialize in providing cuttings and grafting wood (scionwood) for unique, hard-to-find woody fruit and nut crops, including Elderberry, Aronia, Black Walnut, Hickory, Pecan, Chestnut, Pawpaw, and Persimmon.
The following plant materials are usually available:
American Elderberry: Two-node Cuttings
Bob Gordon: Collected near Osceola, Missouri and extensively tested by the University of Missouri. A good, reliable producer of high-quality fruit.
Adams II: A very old cultivar from New York and a generally reliable cultivar.
York: Released in he 1960′s in New York. Good producer with an early harvest and very large berries.
Wyldewood: New selection from Oklahoma, a very vigorous and tall plant, and very good producer.
Victoria: An old selection from Nova Scotia.
Marge: A new selection of European elderberry that performs very well in the Midwest. A robust, disease-resistant shrub with tremendous production of very large berries.
Prices for unrooted two-node elderberry cuttings:
50 - 100 cuttings: $1.79 each
101 – 500 cuttings: $1.69 each
501 – 1000 cuttings: $1.59 each
1001 – 5000 cuttings $1.55 each
5001 + cuttings: $1.49 each
Call for prices on larger quantities.
Orders for elderberry cuttings accepted year-round, but cuttings are only shipped in January or early February. We are often sold out by December.
SCIONWOOD FOR GRAFTING:
Many species and cultivars available. Most scionwood is $1.89 per foot. One foot usually contains 2 to 4 buds, and can often make two grafts. All scionwood is harvested and shipped in February for spring grafting.
Black Walnut (Juglans nigra):
Cut-leaf ornamental black walnut: very rare and beautiful ornamental black walnut, difficult to graft.
Hickory (shagbark and shellbark)
Hybrid Persimmon (American X Asian)
American Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana)
Claypool A-118 (Elmo)
Elmo (Claypool A-118)
Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)