Early ripening, red, seedless, grape.  Large and sweet grape that is also very disease resistant.

Vanessa

$4.50Price
  • Bare-root grapes vines are best planted in springtime.  Dig a hole that is twice as deep/wide as the root system of your grapevine, at the base of a trellis post.  Place the bare-root vine in the hole and fan out its roots.  Place the root-ball so that the area where its roots begin on the trunk is about 1” below the soil line.  Back-fill the hole ¾ of the way full, then water to settle the soil.  Add remaining soil to fill the hole to ground level, and water once more.