learning to graft/bud stone fruit on the cheap?
I've never grafted any kind of stone fruit before and I'm interested in playing around/practicing before I spend any money. I have sour cherry sprouts/runners and wild black cherries (prunus serotina). If all I can graft is wild cherry buds back onto wild cherries that's fine, but if I can possibly get some use out of any successes, too, that would be great. Are there other no-cost options I could prepare for next year or the year after? (I could save and plant some pits from chickasaw plums or peaches or maybe European plums, for example, if that could lead to anything useful.) Thanks for any suggestions!