Apple ScionWood

We grow nearly 200 varieties of apples and have scionwood for grafting from over 80 varieties. We begin harvesting wood in January and we start shipping in February and finish in April. The apples are listed by variety and the full list on the right. If a variety is listed on the right but doesn’t have a button for it that means either we are still adding it, and investigating the trees or we have only a very limited amount. If one of those is something you’ve not been able to find elsewhere you can inquire at queenerfarm@gmail.com and we’ll let you know if any is available. If you are planning to order 100 scion or more email us for bulk pricing. When you click on the picture or symbol for a variety a button to add it to your cart will appear at the bottom. Arrows on the sides will also appear that allow you to scroll through the variety descriptions.

This first group of fifteen apples are our favorites. These apples have performed well in our orchard even in years where we have done very little. These are apples we recommend for organic orchards and home gardeners because there are more disease resistant, they produce apples we enjoy eating and baking with and produce them in decent quantities. For the most part, these produce annually and without spray. With one exception, the Centiennials, they have been easy to graft and fast growing. Some of these apples are common and some are quite rare. We believe they all should be more common, particularly in the Pacific Northwest. In our region we have warm, wet springs that breed a multitude of fungal diseases. Disease resistance is the key here and these apples have it.

  • Alexander (Aporte)

  • Alkemene

  • Almata, (red flesh)

  • Arkansas Black

  • Ashmead's Kernel

  • Baldwin

  • Belle de Boskoop

  • Blairmont

  • Blenheim Orange

  • Blue Pearmain

  • Bramley Seedling

  • Calville Blanc d'Hiver

  • Centennial

  • Coles Quince

  • Corail (Pinova & Pinata)

  • Cortland

  • Cox's Orange Pippin

  • Dabinett

  • Devonshire Crimson Queen

  • Discovery

  • Donut - unknown

  • Duchess of Oldenberg

  • Dumelow's Seedling

  • Empire

  • Ergmount Russet

  • Erwin Bauer

  • Esopus Spitzenberg

  • Fiesta

  • Foxwhelp

  • Fuji - jubilee

  • Fuji - yataka

  • Gala

  • Giant Russian Crab

  • Gingergold

  • Gold Rush

  • Golden Delicious

  • golden Nobel

  • Granny Smith

  • Grimes Golden

  • Hauer Pippin

  • Herefordshie Redstreak

  • Hidden Rose, (red flesh)

  • Holstein

  • Honeycrisp

  • Hubbardston Nonesuch

  • Jonagold

  • Jonathan

  • Karmijin de Sonnaville

  • King

  • Kingston Black

  • knobbed russett

  • Lady

  • Laxton Superb

  • Liberty

  • Lodi (Transparent)

  • Lubsk Queen

  • Lyman's Large Summer

  • McIntosh

  • Melrose

  • Muscadet de Dieppe

  • Newtown Pippin

  • Niedzwetzkyana, (red flseh)

  • Northern Spy

  • Oriole

  • Parentene

  • Peasgood Nonesuch

  • Pierce Pasture

  • Pink Lady

  • Pink Pearl

  • Porter’s Perfection

  • Queen Bee

  • Queen Cox

  • Red Gravenstein

  • Red Spy

  • Redfree

  • Ribston Pippin

  • Rubinette

  • Sansa

  • Senshu

  • St Edmunds Pippin

  • Starr

  • Summer Rambo

  • Tremblett's Bitter

  • Whitney crab

  • Williams Pride

  • Winter Red Flesh

  • Yarlington Mill

  • Yellow Bellflower

  • York  

  • Zabergau Reinette