Grafting and Pruning Services

Asian pear grafts

In addition to growing our own fruit trees, Hundred Fruit Farm offers grafting and pruning services for people in Bucks/Montgomery Counties or central NJ who have existing fruit trees that they need help with. Areas we serve include: Buckingham, Chalfont, Doylestown, Lambertville, Langhorne, New Hope, Newtown, Ottsville, Plumstead, Stockton, Warrington, Warminster, Yardley, etc. 


Most fruit trees and berries need to be pruned every winter to produce a good crop of fruit and avoid problems with fungal diseases (a real problem in our area). Fruit tree pruning is both a science and an art, and unfortunately something that most landscaping companies do not know how to do properly. If you find the task of pruning overwhelming, contact us and we can help. We have our own tools and equipment and can do the job professionally and safely. And if you are eager to learn how to prune yourself, we can teach you how to do it, too!


Do you have an existing fruit tree that doesn't perform well, or doesn't taste good at all? Or would you like to add several different cultivars of apple to the same tree? We may be able to help with this as well! Most nurseries in our area sell fruit trees that simply do not grow well here and are prone to many disease problems, and unfortunately don't even taste that good either (We're looking at you, Red Delicious apple). The good news is you don't have to cut your tree down and start all over! We can custom graft your existing fruit trees to new cultivars that are better tasting and disease resistant to the major fungal diseases in our area. If you have your own scion of a favorite fruit tree we can also custom graft it to a rootstock of your choice to create a brand new grafted baby tree. We can also teach you how to graft yourself! Contact us if you're interested!

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1744 Holicong Rd, New Hope, PA 18938

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Pesticides or Fertilizers

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Humanely Raised Animals