Photo courtesy of J. King, WSU

Photo courtesy of J. King, WSU

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.

Please view the list of varieties available and place your request in order of preference. Scion wood of many varieties are in limited supply, and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Each stick costs $2.00. An invoice including shipping costs will be sent to you once we have confirmed availability of your request. Scions will be harvested in January 2015and shipped in February. They are on average 12" long with about 10 buds on each. Sorry, we do not sell rootstock.

Please check back the first week of December 2015 for our scionwood inventory. An updated list should be posted by then!

If you placed an order and have a question about it, please send an email.

CLICK HERE for WSU cider information (this will bring you to their website).

External Links to Apple Rootstock Characteristics: