I normally wouldn’t show photos of messy areas, but soon it will all be organized & clean. Today an order of containers from Stuewe & Sons will jump start this whole process.
I built a new system to hold my grafted plants for a full year prior to sale or trades. Each of the 8 squares holds (72) 4" x 14" tall tree pots. I also have on order 2.5" x 10" mini tree pots which will fit beautifully in a square, also.
I’m buying shade cloth this year, soon.
At GW three years ago I;m guessing, you helped me by directing me to run a single bar for my grapes. Here it is today. I started with 14-varieties and am down to 12. The ones I’m losing are from the south and were labeled zone 5. Joy, Faith, Gratitude, etc. Some continue to resprout but that’s not what I’m looking for so they will go eventually.
pawpaw ‘Prima 1216’ which will go into a new Stuewe Treepot. Can’t wait to pot up/up-pot grafts and seedlings.
@BobVance the Harrow Sweet scions you sent. 4 of 5. Thank you.
@ztom Thanks. Opal plum… other grafts on trees in the field at my friend’s etc, etc.
@Stan Thanks man! This tub makes up 85% of the grafts in it from scions that you sent. Here are a few beginners just like ‘Opal’ above. Thank you.
@Stan ‘Lavina’ ‘Mariposa’
‘Satsuma Improved’ - saw this goes by possible two names but is the same plant? Anyone?
Asian plum ‘Burgundy’
European plum Mirabelle de Metz
Thanks Stan. Many more to get going, later.
Persimmon wood from Jerry Lehman
Wood I collected: Pecan Hark
Regrafted a few days ago. My callousing experiment really screwed things up for me this year. What was salvageable I regrafted. 40 or so plants of 200-250 I’m guessing. Dang.
Late grafts I’m waiting on to push.
Going to have a productive red raspberry crop this year. Small and medium transplants from my Mom’s patches that were planted three years ago are now going to do something big.
Chester Thornless Blackberry
Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry