Currently, no suitable dwarfing rootstocks exist for peaches, nectarines, plums, or apricot that will survive under Pennsylvania conditions. Two dwarfing rootstocks have recently been introduced for cherries. They are named Gisela 5 and Gisela 6. They may be available on a limited basis. Pennsylvania growers should disregard advertisements for those fruits on dwarfing rootstocks. It is doubtful that the available peach, nectarine, and apricot varieties will do well in the colder areas of the state.