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Grape Vines

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Summary

Cover an arbor with a leafy grapevine and enjoy an abundant late-summer harvest of fruit. Serve fresh-picked grapes with a cheese platter, add them to fruit salads, preserve them into sweet jam or use them to make your own juices and wine.

Mars: A large, seedless, deep-blue grape with classic flavor, similar to the Concord—perfect for making jelly or juice as well as just eating fresh. This vine is a dependable producer. Fruits in mid-September.

Fredonia: A vigorous grower that requires relatively little pruning. The large, juicy, seeded, blue-black fruit has a delicious spicy flavor that adds rich dimension to jam, juice or wine. Fruits in late August to mid-September.

Reliance: A high sugar content gives this seedless red grape its sweet, mild flavor and makes it a wonderful addition to fruit salads, jellies and juice. Fruits in late July to late August.

  • Mars and Reliance: Zones 5–8; Fredonia: Zones 4–9.
  • Grows 8'–10' high and wide.
  • Suitable for container or ground planting.
  • Requires full sun.
  • Yields approx. 10–15 lb. of fruit at maturity (3 to 5 years).
  • Grown on a farm in Tennessee.
  • Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.
Dimensions & More Info
  • Vines are approx. 1 1/2 years old, 1 1/2' high at shipping.
  • Arrives in a 1.65-gallon pot. Grows 8'–10' high.
  • Self-pollinator; does not require another grape plant or vine nearby to bear fruit.
Use & Care

Care

  • Planting: Plant in full sun at same depth as container (approx. 6"–8" for 2gal. container). Space 10' apart and support with a trellis or train around an arbor.
  • Watering: Water the vine well as soon as you plant it, and then at least once a week for the first year after planting. A slow, root-saturating, one-hour trickle once a week is recommended for a new vine. The watering schedule should be adjusted accordingly if it rains or is very dry. Water twice weekly during dry spells. 
Shipping
  • Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.

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