I carry the Mora rescue knife for every day stuff, I dulled it for garden work. My small Okatsuna pruners actually fit into the sheath, and I have an extra, so that was nice to not have to buy a sheath for them.
For a dedicated grafting knife though, Mora makes laminated carbon steel carving knives that are a better choice I think, I own a few and do fine with the short sloyd for grafting. Although the blade is thick so it can cause the wood to flex and crack when making chips. If I were to buy one for the job, I'd get the straight sloyd and maybe grind the tip.
The sheath is not as nice though, I actually keep the ones with wood handles in sections of 1" plastic black plastic pipe because it retains them better.
I also like the look of this chisel knife, don't really need it though. My gut says it would be great for making flat cuts on bigger stuff. And the bevel is opposite most grafting knives, I find it safer to cut away from myself rather than towards when my arms are extended... And the chisel tip would be great for cutting against flat surfaces like twine on a stake, or e tape on a graft.
I buy them here: https://www.ragweedforge.com/SwedishKnifeCatalog.html
p.s. the best thing about Mora knives is the grind, each side has a wide flat bevel so sharpening is simple without any sort of special equipment. All it takes is a flat surface (glass) and increasingly fine wet dry sandpaper and then something to strop them on (leather, color newsprint ads, wood, cotton, etc.) to get them shaving sharp.