Hello everyone. I Purchased this tree as a sun glow nectarine off of Stark brothers nursery. Unfortunately I don’t know what the Rootstock is. Just last week my dog ate the entire top off of it and I was going to graft more sun glow onto the top. (Luckily I have learned to graft this year or I would have just thrown it away.) Thank you guys
In my sleep last night ha ha I thought about grafting A dandy dapple pluot Instead of a nectarine. I already have a nectarine tree that is placed directly behind this one and don’t really need another.
Is it possible to graft a pluot onto a nectarine tree?
If so should I just cut the tree down to the root stock seen in the pictures and graft it onto that or do it as the picture shows at the top (this was a regraft I did on wed). I would love to graft both a nectarine and pluot on one tree also if that’s a possibility. I think that would be fun also.
Awesome. I will try to add both on that one tree. So if I graft one scion of nectarine and one of pluot side by side like in the pic. Will they both grow as a trunk and merge? Or will one die off? Or is this just bad practice?
Ok. Sounds like in the long term I should probably just go with one variety. I will more than likely stick with pluot. Should I cut the tree all the way to the graft below and start fresh or start on the nectarine part of the tree? Would it matter?