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Western Washington Tree Fruit & Alternative Fruits

Scionwood Sources

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For sources of tree fruit material for propagation, try the following:

Clean Plant Center of the Northwest

Virus-tested Public Fruit Tree Varieties Available from the Clean Plant Center Northwest

National Clonal Germplasm Repository – Corvallis, Oregon (pears, small fruits, unusual fruits)

National Clonal Germplasm Repository – Geneva, New York (apples, tart cherries, hardy grapes)

National Clonal Germplasm Repository – Davis, California (stone fruit, grapes, nuts, unusual

fruits)

NAFEX (North American Fruit Explorers)

Home Orchard Society

Bluebird Orchard & Nursery, Tim Strickler, 550 Lovett Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506, 616-458-1609. email stricklt@gvsu.edu. Sells apple scionwood.

Neighbors Nursery, Joyce Neighbors, 1039 Lay Springs Rd., Gadsden, AL 35904, (256) 546-7441. Sells scionwood of old southern apples and other antique varieties. Free list of scions available for shipping in February and March. e-mail jneighbr@internetpro.net

The Apple Branch, PO Box 281 Portland, MI 48875, (517) 648-2443. Email applebranch@sbcglobal.net. Rootstock and apple scion wood.

Vintage Virginia Apples, PO Box 210, North Garden, Virginia 22959, 434.297.2326. Email fruit@albemarleciderworks.com Rootstocks, young trees and scionwood.

Maple Valley Orchards & Nursery, Maxine and Tony Dembski, 11541 Claywood Road, Gillett, WI 54124, (920) 842-2904. Email info@maplevalleyorchards.com. Rootstock and apple scion wood.

Sources for trees and scionwood of hard cider apple varieties.

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