Grafted

    Grafted fruit plants are fruit trees or shrubs that have been created by grafting a desired variety or cultivar of fruit onto a hardy rootstock. This technique allows for the combination of the desirable characteristics of the scion (the grafted-on variety) with the hardiness and disease resistance of the rootstock. Grafting is commonly used for fruit trees such as apples, peaches, and citrus, and can also be used for berry plants such as strawberries and blueberries. Grafted fruit plants can be purchased online from a variety of retailers and nurseries.

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