- Citrus rootstocks3
- Apple rootstocks6
- Pear rootstocks3
- Plum rootstocks2
- Cherry rootstocks3
Rootstocks for sale
Rootstocks are supplied in February-March, but must be ordered by January.
- BA29 is a semi-vigorous quince rootstock, compatible with many but not all European pears.
- Bittenfelder is a very vigorous cold-hardy apple rootstock.
- Citrumelo 4475 is a dwarfing citrus rootstock, particularly for sweet orange and grapefruit trees.
- Colt is a semi-vigorous rootstock for sweet cherries.
- Flying Dragon is a popular dwarfing rootstock for orange, grapefruits, lemons and mandarins.
- G.11 is a cold-hardy dwarfing apple rootstock, in the M9 size class.
- G.41 is a dwarfing rootstock for apples, similar to M9.
- Gisela 5 is a popular semi-dwarf rootstock for sweet and sour cherries.
- Gisela 6 is a semi-vigorous rootstock for sweet and sour cherries.
- Kirchensaller is vigorous standard rootstock, compatible with all European pears.
- M116 is a semi-vigorous rootstock for apples can crab-apples.
- M9 is the most widely-planted commercial dwarf apple rootstock.
- MM111 is a popular semi-vigorous rootstock for apple trees.
- Myrobalan is a seedling rootstock for producing standard plum trees.
- Pomeroy is a semi-dwarfing cold-hardy rootstock, compatible with most Citrus varieties.
- Pyrodwarf is a semi-vigorous rootstock compatible with all European pear varieties.
- St. Julien A is a semi-vigorous rootstock, compatible with many plums, peaches, and apricots.
How to choose Rootstocks for sale
We can supply a range of rootstocks suitable for grafting your own fruit trees. We can also advise on the selection of rootstocks for your orchard project.
Nearly all the rootstocks we supply are raised to certified organic (bio) standards.
Rootstocks are only available for supply in the period February - March each winter, but please finalise your order before the end of December.