Want to propagate your own cider apple trees?
Thanks to a collaboration with Dr. Carol Miles of Washington State University, the NWCA is selling dormant scion wood harvested from the WSU Mount Vernon NWREC's cider research orchard.
THE SCION SALE HAS ENDED. THE DEADLINE TO ORDER WOOD WAS DECEMBER 31ST, 2013.
IF YOU HAVE PLACED AN ORDER:
- Remember scions are sold on a first come, first served basis. Each stick costs $2.00 (shipping not included).
- An invoice will be sent to you once we have confirmed availability of your request. They will go out in January and February, 2014. Once payment is received, your order will be shipped to you. Payment instructions will be included in the invoice.
- Scions will be harvested and shipped during the dormant season (2014). Some varieties produce thinner wood than others, but we provide the most suitable material available from any given variety. Lengths will range from 10 to 16 inches. Sorry, we do not sell rootstock. WSU has provided links to information on apple rootstock characteristics (see below).