|Our gnarly old apple tree. Route of main 'trunk' follows|
|Grafting a scion into a T-cut made in the|
of a new-tree limb
|Splice graft on 'twigs' of similar diameter.|
|Baking with our own sausage meat. This|
pie and these fine sausage rolls.
- Slotting a 'scion' of just green cambium and bark with a side bud (peel the heart wood sliver off the 'inside' face of the slip) into a T-cut in the side of a new-tree limb
- 'Side grafting' a piece of twig onto the end of a cut limb which is bigger than your twig, by matching the cut face of the twig to the cambium of a cut in the side (like the cut you'd first make in trying to sharpen a pencil)
- 'Splicing' a twig onto a twig on the parent tree which is the same size.
|The Fiat gets parked with its nose in|
|Bleed nipple on water hose (screw removed)|
|The new metal rectangle here is our shiny new Coil B|
|The ever more chunky lamb, Feste.|