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Enjoy our many varieties of grapes that look beautiful in your garden and are a pleasure to eat.

 
 
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Baco Noir - Wine Grape
Extremely vigorous variety that is best grown on heavy soils. Fruit is usually high in acid and produces wines of good quality that are deeply pigmented.


$ 9.95



Black Muscadine Grapes
Excellent fresh eating grapes or for preserves, wine and jelly. Very large clusters of large black grapes ripen in late September. Self-fertile.






$ 7.50



Bronze Muscadine Grape
Small clusters of medium size, bronze fruit. Good flavor and quality. Uses: table and wine. Vigorous disease resistant vines. Self-fruiting.


$ 7.50



Bronze Scuppernong Grapes
Large, thick skinned, reddish-bronze berries with russet dots. Flesh is pale with juicy, sweet to agreeably tart flavor. Vine is vigorous and productive.






$ 7.50



Canadice Grape- Seedless
Ripens early August- Very hardy green grape. Used widely for wine-making. Disease resistant. Northern grown.


$ 8.50



Catawba Grapes
Large clusters of coppery-red berries. Full, sweet flavor makes this a popular table variety. Heavy producer.


$ 7.50



Catawba Grapes - Seedless
Large clusters of coppery-red berries. Full, sweet flavor makes this a popular table variety. Heavy producer.


$ 8.50



Cayuga White - Wine Grapes
One of the most productive and disease-resistant varieties. This versatile grape can be made into a semi-sweet wine emphasizing the fruity aromas or, using oak aging, into a dry, less fruity wine.


$ 9.95



Chambourcin - Wine Grape
Late-ripening grape that may produce a highly rated red wine when the fruit fully matures. It requires a long growing season and a site less subject to low winter temperatures. The large, moderately loose bunches set medium-sized blue berries. Vine is very productive and cluster thinning is required.


$ 9.95



Chardonel Grape
Plant patent 7860 Ripens early October. Used solely for fresh eating and wine making. A cross of the famous Chardonnay wine grape.


$ 9.95



 
 
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