Court Pendu Gris

S2-30-3 S2-29-38
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NAME: Court Pendu Gris

SYNONYMS: (Azerolle du Blayais, Azerolly, Azeroly, Bardin, Bardiner, Black Tom, Burdiner, Capendu, Carpendy, Courpendu de la Quintinye, Courpendue, Court Pendu, Court Pendu Bardin, Court Pendu Gris, Court Pendu Petit Gris, Court-Pendu, Court-Pendu Bardin, Court-Pendu de la Quintinye, Court-Pendu Gris, Courtpendu, Courtpendu Gris, Curtipendula Minora, de Bardin, Fennouillet Rouge, Fenouillet Gris, Fenouillet Raye, Fenouillet Rouge, Fenouillet Rouge Musque, Gestreifter Fenchel, Gestriefter Fenchel Apfel, Gros Fenouillet, Petit Courpendu, Petit Court Pendu, Petit Courtpendu Gris, Pomme de Bardin, Reinette Courpendu, Reinette Court Pendu, Reinette de Court-Pendu, Reinette de Gosling, Reinette de Goslinga, Reinette Grise de Champagne, Rote Fenchelapfel, Roter Fenchel, Roter Fenchel Apfel, Roter Kurzstiel, Roter Kurzstiel (des Quintinye), Rotgestreifter Fenchel, Rotgestreifter Fenchel Apfel, Trenouillet Rouge)

PROFILE: Sweet, Sharp, Dessert, Intense Flavor, Very Aromatic

ORIGIN: France, 1300s

NOTE: Most apples have a unique flattish oval shape.


This cultivar is producing genetic material that average 1/4" (7.95mm) in diameter and are 12" long. Note: For some cultivars that have excessive diameter taper, you may get extra scions, or additional shorts to help maintain 1/4" workability.

For 1/4" Rootstocks: Graft one cutting to the rootstock using the "Whip and Tongue Grafting Method".

For 5/16" and larger Rootstocks: Graft two cuttings to the rootstock using the "Cleft-Grafting Method".

When grafting do not cut-off the terminal bud. Generally this bud is the most prepared and vigorous to grow your main leader.

Dip entire scion past the “taped and sealed graft union” in undiluted plain water-based interior or exterior white latex paint and allow to drip dry. The paint forms a thick UV and heat reflective shell that seals-in scionwood moisture that gives longer lead time for the graft union to fully heal. When the buds swell, the protective shell cracks open and the leaves easily emerge. Avoid using black pruning tar sealer or dark paint. Dark colors absorb UV rays causing heat that dries out the scionwood before some graft unions are healed.

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