- a graft prepared by cutting both the scion and the stock in a sloping direction and securing them by tying or taping.
Origin of whip graft
Examples from the Web for whip graft
Historical Examples of whip graft
If Grafting is done on small stocks, it is customary to employ the whip-graft, which is illustrated in the margin.The Practical Garden-Book
C. E. Hunn
The cions may be placed on the tree by several methods, but only two are commonly employed,—the whip-graft and the cleft-graft.
On the small shoots of young trees, the whip-graft is often employed, but it is not used in large trees.
Root-grafting, especially of fruit-stocks, is performed almost entirely by the whip-graft.
The parts are held only by the string, which, together with the wax, is applied in the same way as upon the whip-graft.
- horticulture a graft made by inserting a tongue cut on the sloping base of the scion into a slit on the sloping top of the stock