Announcements “Get Grafting!” airs today at The Home Medicine Summit by David The Good May 19, 2018 written by David The Good May 19, 2018 Among other presentations, including a few on gardening: You can sign up here to watch today’s presentations for free. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Okay, I'll Do ItMy Presentation Airs Today ONLY!Woodlanders is shipping for springNew Social Media PlatformWild Amaranth vs. its Cultivated Cousin and Other Stories 2 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Revamping the site next post Announcing TURNED EARTH: The World’s FIRST Gardening Thriller Related Articles Totally Crazy Easy Florida Gardening – in Paperback! September 30, 2015 Final Video of 2020! And a South Florida... December 30, 2020 Compost Everything: The Movie – Now Available for... May 16, 2016 “Turned Earth Cracked Me Up!” October 12, 2018 Planet Whizbang Book Sale June 9, 2018 In Memory of John Starnes December 6, 2019 Compost Your Enemies May 27, 2017 A New Year’s Update January 6, 2020 Watch out, folks! September 6, 2017 Some Viewing for the Weekend: Survival Gardening 101 April 6, 2018 2 comments Ger May 22, 2018 - 8:54 am loved your video on The Home medicine Summit. I live in Ireland and have a tiny back garden. I have a hazel tree and another which was here when I moved in but its shading the ugly compost heap. I’d like to know if I could graft anything fruity onto the hazel tree. Actually I have a small run of ground at the side of my house but it is shady in the extreme and gets very little sun. It also only has a bit of ground 2.5ft x 18ft so woulnd’t be able to plant anything fruity there would you think ? Would love to try grafting out in the wild though. Where I live we have a couple of wild damson trees and lots of hazels….any ideas to share ? Reply David The Good May 22, 2018 - 9:58 am Yes – you could graft cultivated plum varieties onto the damsons. Check this out: http://www.homeorchardsociety.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=8806 On hazel, you’re probably stuck grafting on other hazels. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.