This vintage book contains a general and accessible guide to budding, grafting and other aspects of fruit tree propagation. Complete with a wealth of useful information, handy tips, and useful tables, this volume will be of considerable utility to the modern gardener, and would make for a wonderful addition to collections of allied literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Introduction To Fruit Growing', 'General Points Concerning Fruit Tree Stocks', 'Influence Of Stock Propagation Method', 'Pedigreed Trees', 'For Stock Breeding', 'Uncongeniality', 'Budding Differs From Grafting', 'Uncongenial Grafts', 'Types Of Quince Stocks', 'Whole Vs. Piece Root Vs. Buds In Apple Propagation', etcetera. This antiquarian book is being republished now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on fruit growing.