Note: scion wood is NOT a tree
We offer high quality scion wood at $5/stick (8 inches). Quantities of some varieties are limited. Scion wood will be carefully labeled and shipped early spring, late March to early April depending on Spring weather. Call or email for clarification about shipping times. Detailed grafting instructions are also available at our website.
Deadline for ordering nut scionwood is March 31
Heartnuts: Warning, Heartnut scionwood is very thick. There may be additional shipping charges that our website does not calculate. We will send you an additional email with an accurate shipping charge.
CW3—Large nuts, heavy bearing, excellent cracking
Grimo Manchurian—Medium nut, poor cracking quality, especially cold hardy hybrid, originated in Manitoba
Imshu—Large, thin-shelled nuts, heavy bearing, excellent cracking quality
Kim K—Medium nuts, exceptionally attractive shape, excellent cracking. Unique to Red Fern Farm
Mitchell—Hybrid with American butternut, very large, spiny nuts, good cracking quality
Elmer Myers—Smallish nut, but eggshell-thin shell, high %kernel
Hay—Very large, thin-shelled nuts, 35% kernel, heavy bearing
Sparks 129—Closely resembles Hay, also heavy bearing
Sparks 147—Medium sized nut with eggshell-thin shell, frequently cracks out half kernels