help identify unmarked fruit trees and rootstock
Last year we bought a new property on the Oregon Coast (Curry County.) There are numerous unmarked fruit trees in the relatively young orchard; many have dead grafted sections (prior to purchase apparently goats got locked in with the young trees), but the rootstock has sprouted out and may be salvaged. I need help identifying the rootstock, so I know what fruit can be grafted on top. Any help appreciated. I'm posting the photos I've taken of the trees, leaves, blossoms, and bark on the following blog - http://amiddlinglife.wordpress.com/
. I'm posting the photos slowly, but have 6 unidentified trees up so far. The previous owner told me about One Green World nursery, and I saw a few pots from Monrovia Nursery that she took at purchase. So I'm guessing that at least some of these trees/plants came from those locations.
Thanks to anyone who can help me figure out what I've got to play with.