When it comes to grafting fruit trees, most of us would be hard pressed to top Sam Van Aken. However, in urban areas around the United States, small bands of intrepid grafters give it a clandestine try. Not only does Van Aken seek to create a fascinating tree of great beauty, his unique creation could be the perfect answer for fruit gardeners with very limited space. Read all about his grafted stone fruit trees here.
By Stella Otto | Published August 19, 2015
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