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Vines - Grapes
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Concord Grape - Vitus labrusca Norton (Cynthiana) Grape
Grape Concord Famous Welch's grape. Concord is disease resistant and easier to grow than most grapes. May need a few sprays to look like store bought, but grapes look fine for home use. Space 8-10' apart on trellis with 10' between rows. Grape clusters can also be bagged. Zones 5-7a. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$20.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Grape Norton Norton has small to medium clusters which bear firm, round, black berries.A natural hybrid of Vitus labrusca and Vitus aestivalis, grown commercially in Arkansas and Missouri. Called the " Cabernet of the Ozarks" and the "organic wine grape". Norton produces a rich, medium to full bodied red wine with a dry character similar in style to Cabernet Sauvignon, but with more spice. Zones 4-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$45.00


Villard Blanc Grape - vitis vinifera x lubrusa Ison's Muscadine Native Grape - Vitus rotundifolia
Grape Villard Blanc no border Highly disease-resistant wine grape. Good fresh eating, attractive ornamental vine. Grows from TX to NJ. One of the easiest grapes to prune since it's almost devoid of tendrils. Clusters up to 5 lbs. Space 8' to 10' on 2 wire trellis. May need sprays for black rot. The grape cluster photo included with this description was "bagged" the entire season before photo was taken. Grapes ripen late, @ September 25th here at the nursery. Zones 7-9.
 

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1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$15.00


Grape Isons fruit Ison's is an early ripening muscadine grape. Ripens yearly at the nursery with no insect or disease spraying. Large black sweet fruit with tart skin. Very, very disease resistant. Self-fertile. Native Space 4'x 8' trellis @ 6' tall. Zone 7-9.

 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
* Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$20.00



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Mars Seedless Grape - Vitus species hybrid Carlos Bronze Muscadine Grape - Vitus rotundifolia
Grape Mars 2011 Mars is a blue seedless grape, good in hot summer areas. The most disease resistant seedless.Usually ripens in late July and usually needs to be sprayed for Black Rot. The grapes pictured were not sprayed but bagged. Space 8' apart on a 6' high trellis. Zones 4-8. Flavor similar to Concord and excellent. Texture not slip skin but thin skinned and meaty like vinifera grapes. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$9.00


Grape Carlos Friuts Carlos is a yellow muscadine, sweet and self-fertile with a pleasing flavor. No spraying or bagging of fruit clusters needed. Native. The most widely planted yellow muscadine in North Carolina. Space 4' x 8', trellis @ 6' tall. Zones 7-9. 

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Sugargate Black Muscadine Native Grape - Vitus rotundifolia Mortensen Grape - American x Vitis vinifera
Grape Early Black Muscadine Fruit very large; skin dark; flavor excellent, sugar in individual berries up to 21%. Fruit ripens earliest of all muscadines. Vigorous, productive with large clusters. Recommended by Professor John Clark, University of Arkansas grape breeding program, as a excellent grape for the homeowner. Quite a hit at the Fall Fruit Day. Sugargate is as bud hardy as Mars Seedless grape. Native Space 4' x 8' trellis @ 6' tall. Plant Sugargate with a perfect flowering muscadine like Carlos, Isons or Delicious cause Sugargate needs a mate. Zone 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
* Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$20.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$30.00



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Grape Morteson Mortensen had very interesting beginnings before it was named Mortensen. It is the best bunch grape to grow for great taste and large fruit in Southern US, including Houston, Mississippi and Florida. Read our " more info " section for the story. Mortensen grows where California type or New York type grapes die quickly from Pierce's Disease, usually surviving only a few years. The fruit is large, tasty and sweet (3/4" diameter, 4 grams per berry) with only two seeds. Has proven hardy and delicious at our nursery in Virginia. Needs sprays to control Black rot or bagging the grape clusters with wax bags to control the black rot. Zone 7-10. 

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Kay Gray Grape - Vitus species Roucaneuf French Hybrid Grape (S.V. 12-309)
Grape Kay Gray The following description comes from Lon Rombough, a grape enthusiast,author,nurseryman living near Portland, OR.

Kay Gray. A white grape bred by Elmer Swenson in Osceola, Wisconsin. Found almost by accident. One year, Mr. Swenson was ill and didn't spray his vineyard. One seedling vine stood out for it's health and freedom from downy mildew. The clusters and berries are many, with a labrusca flavor. Flavor varies with climate, ranging from a rather ordinary labrusca to a pleasant fruity flavor depending on where it is grown. At our nursery they are sweet and very early(@ August 15) and very delicious. In addition to the good resistance to disease, the vine has withstood -42 degrees F without damage. The vines are vigorous. Vines can be trained to cordons with three bud spurs, or to canes to insure more crop. Liked by organic growers, the clusters are pleasant to eat. Kay Grey is a cross between MN 78 and Golden Muscat.
 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00


Grape Roucaneuf Medium size grapes with large long clusters and shiny Vinifera like leaves. Fruits ripen late. We've grown this grape for many years at the nursery. It is resistant to black rot and will grow further south since it resists Pierce's Disease. It's one of the few grapes that have softer chewable seeds. So, one can benefit from the pycnogenol in the seed white enjoying the fruit. Fruits are oval, white with a pink blush and make a white wine. Prune half or long, (I leave about 40 buds), space 12' on trellis. Zone 6-8.
 

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America Grape Niagra Grape - Vitus lubrusca
Grape America T. V. Munson from Dennison TX, devoted much of his life to developing grapes that would grow in his challenging area. By introducing native species into his breeding program, he bread disease resistance into his varieties. One of his grapes, America, we've grown for many years at the nursery. The blue black seeded grape has very acceptable fruit without sprays. Annually prune as Concord (long pruning). Very resistant to black rot. Flavor is very high. America has potential for Port wine or dry wine in warmer regions such as zones 7 & 8.
 

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Grape Niagra Niagra is a versatile as Concord. Welch's white grape juice is made from the fruits of this vine. Very productive and vigorous and deliciously sweet. Usually needs at least one spray for black rot or bag bunches. Space @ 8'in row on a 6' height trellis. Zones 3-7 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Alden Grape Moored Grape
Grape Alden Clusters Alden is a deep blue Concord colored grape with California grape characteristics. The fruit's meaty non-slipskin texture is similar to vinifera grapes and the flavor is excellent. Joe Volk from PA (North American Fruit Explorers) felt strongly that Alden should be a part of our offerings. Usually needs spraying for black rot (at least one)or bagging of the clusters. Space 8 feet apart on trellis. Among the largest size grapes of the American varieties ripening a few weeks before Concord. Primarily used for fresh eating. Pruning is usually close, leaving about half the buds than a pruned Concord. Zone 5-7 Space @ 6' apart on 6' tall trellis. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$20.00


Grape Moored The 'Moored' grape was named and released by the Research Division of Agriculture and Life Sciences of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. This is the second grape variety resulting from the grape breeding program initiated by Professor Robert C. Moore, more than sixty years ago. It was named Moored in recognition of the many years of service given by Professor Moore to the program in fruit breeding at V.P.I. Excellent for juice and fresh eating. Concord-like but earlier and red. Space 10 - 12' on 6' wire trellis. Zone 5 - 8.

 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Delicious Muscadine Grape - Vitis rotundifolia Michx. Southern Home Grape - Vitus rotundifolia x vinifera
Grape Delicious Muscadine Delicious is a new muscadine grape cultivar released by the University of Florida, that is black-fruited, early and even ripening, high-yielding, and disease-resistant. It has excellent taste and texture with an edible thin skin, making it well-suited for fresh fruit consumption. It also has potential for wine production. Can be planted alone, is self fertile and doesn't need a male pollinator. Space @ 15' apart on trellis.

Bob Paulish, past President of the Florida Grape Grower's Association, suggested the name 'Delicious' based on the impressions of visitors to his vineyard who sampled the fruit. Zone 7 - 9. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$10.00


Grape Southern Home This vine is highly recommended for home plantings because it is self-fertile, has good flavor, and the cut leaf pattern is very ornamental. Compared to popular muscadine grapes it has some of the same attributes such as vigor, disease resistance and even ripening. Harvest period is mid-season to late. Sugargate would be about 1 month earlier. Zone 7 - 9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 4 inch pot  own roots$10.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00