When I did the post on natural approach grafting I had another example in mind but didn’t at that time have photos. A trip to Sale gave me the opportunity to remedy that situation and I spent time at the Sale Common where the tree in question is growing. It is another of the wonderful […]
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It’s not uncommon to see in the bush examples of natural approach grafting, sometimes also called inarching. Usually one sees it occurring in a single tree where trunks or branches grow together, being then called autografting. There are some good examples of this that are worthy of a post at some stage, but this one […]