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Valiant Grapes

Valiant Grapes

Super hardy blue

Developed by South Dakota State University, bred especially for Northern growers. May produce grapes the first year after planting. Rich, tangy flavor. Ripens late August to mid September.No. 1, 1-yr. vines.
  • Zone 3 - 8 (-30° F.).
  • Height Varies
  • Light Requirements Full sun
This item ships in Spring.

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Ships in Spring.
Unable to ship to: CA ID OR WA

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Vitis labrusca 'Valiant'
  • Height: Varies
  • Spacing: 8 - 15 feet.
  • Depth: Same as in the nursery. Plant so the roots are below soil level.
  • Spread: 20 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Full sun
  • Color: White/green.
  • Foliage: Dark green leaves.
  • Blooms: May
  • Form: Decidious perennial vine
  • Flower Form: Small, 5 petaled, held in narrow panicles. Not ornamental.
  • Soil Requirements: Moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate.
  • Pruning: During late February or March, proper pruning will help maintain a grapevine's potential of producing a good quality fruit crop, develop good vine structure, increase sunlight exposure into the canopy, promote the development of next year's fruiting wood, and potentially reduce disease and insect pressure.
  • Fruit: Small, blue slipskin fruit borne in 4 inch clusters.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: 20 - 40 pounds at maturity.
  • Comments :
    Good Northern variety. May produce grapes the first year planted. Sweet flavored fruit is similar to a Concord; rich and tangy without tartness. Good quality fruit. American grape. Train on arbor or trellis.

Shipping Schedule

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

Spring 2018 Shipping Schedule
  Zones   Sweet Potatoes Bareroot Roses Tomatoes & Peppers Large Bareroots  Potatoes  Tender Annuals Onion Plants All other Perennials & Potted Plants
1A-4A 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/10 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
4B 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/3 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
5A 5/15 - 6/8 4/3 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/20 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 4/3 - 6/22
5B 5/1 - 6/8 3/20 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 3/20 - 6/22
6A 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/6 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
6B 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 2/27 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
7A 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/20 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
7B 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/13 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
8A & B 4/24 - 6/8 2/20 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/20 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/30 - 5/11 2/20 - 5/25
9A & B 4/24 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
10A & B 4/17 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
Last Order Date 6/4/2018 5/28/2018 5/28/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018
6/11/2018 6/4/2018 5/7/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

Ratings & Reviews

Write a review
wonderful grape for high altitude
Sep 6, 2013  |  
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We live at nearly 8,000 ft. elevation and have cold, long winters. I've been gardening in this yard for 38 years and I've always wanted grapes and, from time to time have tried them--no luck. The vines always winter killed before there were any grapes. This vine did have a few grapes the first year and a few more the second. This is the third year for this vine and I've had enough to make some grape jam! I'm thrilled! I even invested in a grape arbor to replace its trellis for next year.


Highly Recommend
Aug 10, 2013  |  
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They are like a sour/tart concord. They make wonderful jelly and the juice is very good, it's almost sweet enough to drink straight. I've had 2 vines about 6 years old, and have survived the summer both in 2010 with 10 inches of rain in a week, and 2012 with hardly any rain all summer. Prune them hard, in 2009 I got probably 15 gallon of grapes off 2 vines. I planed 5 more, and a couple started producing the 3rd summer. I would recommend these to anyone in central Nebraska.


Wow! What a grower!
Jul 26, 2010  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
Once this grape gets its root established, watch out! It produced some fruit its first year and by year two was producing 10+ pounds of delicious grapes. Train the vines early andd be prepared to prune as they grow at an amazing rate. Fruit is small (a little larger than a large blueberry) and delicious. Fantastic fresh or as jelly.

Product Details
  • Botanical Name: Vitis labrusca 'Valiant'
  • Height: Varies
  • Spacing: 8 - 15 feet.
  • Depth: Same as in the nursery. Plant so the roots are below soil level.
  • Spread: 20 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Full sun
  • Color: White/green.
  • Foliage: Dark green leaves.
  • Blooms: May
  • Form: Decidious perennial vine
  • Flower Form: Small, 5 petaled, held in narrow panicles. Not ornamental.
  • Soil Requirements: Moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate.
  • Pruning: During late February or March, proper pruning will help maintain a grapevine's potential of producing a good quality fruit crop, develop good vine structure, increase sunlight exposure into the canopy, promote the development of next year's fruiting wood, and potentially reduce disease and insect pressure.
  • Fruit: Small, blue slipskin fruit borne in 4 inch clusters.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: 20 - 40 pounds at maturity.
  • Comments :
    Good Northern variety. May produce grapes the first year planted. Sweet flavored fruit is similar to a Concord; rich and tangy without tartness. Good quality fruit. American grape. Train on arbor or trellis.
Shipping Schedule

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

Spring 2018 Shipping Schedule
  Zones   Sweet Potatoes Bareroot Roses Tomatoes & Peppers Large Bareroots  Potatoes  Tender Annuals Onion Plants All other Perennials & Potted Plants
1A-4A 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/10 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
4B 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/3 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
5A 5/15 - 6/8 4/3 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/20 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 4/3 - 6/22
5B 5/1 - 6/8 3/20 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 3/20 - 6/22
6A 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/6 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
6B 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 2/27 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
7A 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/20 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
7B 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/13 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
8A & B 4/24 - 6/8 2/20 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/20 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/30 - 5/11 2/20 - 5/25
9A & B 4/24 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
10A & B 4/17 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
Last Order Date 6/4/2018 5/28/2018 5/28/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018
6/11/2018 6/4/2018 5/7/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

Ratings & Reviews
Write a review
wonderful grape for high altitude
Sep 6, 2013  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
We live at nearly 8,000 ft. elevation and have cold, long winters. I've been gardening in this yard for 38 years and I've always wanted grapes and, from time to time have tried them--no luck. The vines always winter killed before there were any grapes. This vine did have a few grapes the first year and a few more the second. This is the third year for this vine and I've had enough to make some grape jam! I'm thrilled! I even invested in a grape arbor to replace its trellis for next year.


Highly Recommend
Aug 10, 2013  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
They are like a sour/tart concord. They make wonderful jelly and the juice is very good, it's almost sweet enough to drink straight. I've had 2 vines about 6 years old, and have survived the summer both in 2010 with 10 inches of rain in a week, and 2012 with hardly any rain all summer. Prune them hard, in 2009 I got probably 15 gallon of grapes off 2 vines. I planed 5 more, and a couple started producing the 3rd summer. I would recommend these to anyone in central Nebraska.


Wow! What a grower!
Jul 26, 2010  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
Once this grape gets its root established, watch out! It produced some fruit its first year and by year two was producing 10+ pounds of delicious grapes. Train the vines early andd be prepared to prune as they grow at an amazing rate. Fruit is small (a little larger than a large blueberry) and delicious. Fantastic fresh or as jelly.

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