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.

PRE-ORDER for 2020 spring delivery. We ship fruit transplants after your garden zones last frost date. See shipping schedule below. This item that does not qualify for free shipping.

Learning Download: How to Grow Grapes

Gardeners don’t have to live in a vineyard to grow grapes, as grapes can grow in nearly any region throughout the United States.

Before Planting: Prior to planting, soak the roots in water for two to three hours.

Planting: Grapes should be planted in the early spring, when they are dormant. Space roots 6 to 10 feet apart and plant them 12 inches deep. Cover the roots with 6 inches of soil and firmly tamp it down. Fill the remaining space with 6 inches of soil that is loosely settled and not tamped down.

Watering: Wait until the soils is totally dry before watering and allow to dry thoroughly before you water again. Plants need less water in the winter.

Fertilizer: Grapes don’t require fertilizer in their first year, but in the second year, feed grapes lightly with a nitrogen fertilizer.

Days to Maturity: Grapes are ripe in the late summer or early fall when they are rich in color, easily crushed but not shriveled, plump and juicy.

Harvesting: To harvest, snip clusters of ripe grapes from the vine. Grapes should be tightly attached to their stem. Pick the grapes on a sunny day, which is when they will have the highest sugar content.

Tips: Some type of support, like a trellis, is needed to grow grapes. To keep birds and other animals away, arrange mesh netting over the vines.

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When We Ship:
Fruit plants ship April thru June. We are unable to ship earlier than April. Fruit plants will be out of stock from July thru October. Pre-orders will begin in November. Any orders made November thru March will ship when appropriate the coming season. We aim to ship a week after your last frost. Any orders made after your areas appropriate shipping time but before end of June will be shipped out immediately!

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