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Niagara Grapes - 1 Plant

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Niagara Grapes - 1 Plant
Is it really true that only wineries can grow grapes? Of course not! They can be grown by anyone and, in fact, are one of the most widely produced fruits in the world. There are, however, many different types of grapes with some more suitable in the home garden than others. Grape vines like humus-rich, medium moisture, well drained soils in full sun. The more sun, the sweeter the fruit. This concord grape is not picky of soil conditions, but best sited in a sheltered location away from winter winds. The self-pollinating Niagara, commonly known as a fox grape, is a seedless white-fruited descendant of the concord grape. It is the most popular green grape in the United States. Fragrant, greenish flowers, in spring, give way to clusters of white grapes that ripen mid-season.
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Common Plant Name: Grape
Genus Vitus labrusca
Annual/Perennial: Perennial
Sun/Shade Requirements: Full sun
USDA Hardiness Zones: 5, 6, 7 and 8
Planting Space Distance: 180" to 240"
Height at Maturity: 180" to 240"
Spread at Maturity: 180" to 240"
Bloom Period: Mid-Season
Preferable Type of Soil: Well watered
Watering Needs: Medium-High
Country of Origin: United States

Features

Planting Instructions

  • Plant dormant, bare-root grape vines in the early spring.
  • Construct a trellis or framework so you can train the vines to grow upon it.
  • Before planting, soak the roots in water for 2 hours.
  • Full-sun locations are best, and good drainage is important.

Continuing Care

  • With proper pruning, they will produce fruit with ease and can last longer than 30 years.
  • Allow the vine to establish itself before you start harvesting fruit.
  • This vine is so vigorous that it often produces more clusters than the vine can properly mature.
  • Simply remove some of them as this allows for better nourishment for the remaining clusters.

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