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Grapes

Grapes

Grapes are one of the easiest and most widely grown fruits in the United States. Grapes come in a variety of colors, sizes and taste. Once established, grapes will provide high yields of mouth watering fruits. Grapes are great eaten fresh, dried or squeezed into wine.

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A purple grape that is great for eating fresh or making wine! The grape is a deciduous vine that is used for fruit, wine and shade. A single grapevine produces enough new growth every year to roof an arbor, arch a walkway, or shade over a terrace or deck. The Concord grape variety can be grown in any region of the continental United States. This Concord variety is SEEDLESS.

A delicious red grape with juicy fruits! Catawba is an exceptionally vigorous plant, fruit holds very well after picking, very sweet taste, harvest in early October. Grapevines also require full sun, medium water, and good drainage. Well cared for, they can remain productive for 50 years or longer. The vines should only be pruned in the winter. Good for arbors. SEEDLESS grape varietal.

1 red, 1 white, 1 purple grape plant! Enjoy the best of all grapes. Don't know what flavor and color to pick. Pick all 3 with the grape plant mix. Varieties include Concord (purple), Niagara (white), Catawaba (red). All SEEDLESS grape varietals.

A white grape that is great general purpose grape! Niagara is an excellent white grape variety that produces generous clusters of flavorful fruits. Plus they have a very pleasant aroma. Late August, early September harvest. SEEDLESS grape varietal.