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Enjoy crisp, sweet grapes just like the ones you buy from the grocery store! Vigorous vines are self-pollinating and love the heat. Pick these medium-size, green-gold grapes directly from the vine or dry them for a healthy raisin snack. Zones 7-8. No. 1, 1-yr. vines.
Planted these four years ago. The plant took off like gangbusters. But, last year I got one cluster of grapes that failed. This year my other grapes are fruiting well but this plant shows no clusters. What the heck is wrong?
We got our grapes plant yesterday. It was larger than I expected. It was about 14-16in long. Plant had relatively large root system but no soil around it. It was packed in wet shredded paper and wrapped in plastic. It looked dormant but clearly still alive with a few small buds. We soaked it in water for 3 h and put it into soil. We are very optimistic out this plant.
I received ten plants this last Spring, and only one shows no signs of growth. The other nine are growing like crazy on my very stout arbor. Pruning books tell you to trim back the foliage in the Fall for the first two or three years, and then the roots will be developed enough to produce plenty of grapes. I'm very optimistic!
I got my oder last Saturday morning. I soaked the roots for two hours in tap water and planted in good soil by 4 PM. Monday morning we have green buds on all 6 of my new plants and am thrilled by the quick gtowth. If, this is an example of what we can expect in the future, I shall place many orders with Henry Field's Nursery. Sincerely James Schendel Retired Fireman, now gardening hobbiest.