Grafting Technique #1: Whip-Tongue Grafting

Grafting survival skills

Whip tongue grafting is "Grafting 101". It's the place to start because the specific cutting technique you'll learn is also used in other grafting methods.

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Grafting your own fruit trees is a great way to change varieties in your garden, preserve a heritage variety, or add a polliniser to a tree that flowers well but doesn't produce much fruit.

Though the techniques are simple, they're largely unknown by modern gardeners, leaving them with no choice but to buy expensive fruit trees.

This course goes into the simplest winter grafting technique in detail—you'll understand how grafting works, when to choose this technique over another, how to safely make the grafting cuts, and proper aftercare.

What's included in this course:

  • Unit 1: Master whip-tongue grafting (article)
  • Unit 2: Master whip-tongue grafting (video)

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