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A fantastic collection for the southern grower, muscadine grapes are native to the U.S southeast. These varieties are especially tasty while being disease and pest resistant in the South. They need very little maintenance to thrive. We have chosen an assortment of table, juice and wine grapes to meet every home gardener's needs. Includes 3 small plants.
Please consider these terms before ordering live plants: Most plants will be 3”-7” in height. Plants will ship as available after the first of March to the end of May. We will try to ship orders to southern zones first. No guaranteed exact delivery dates. Plants may arrive too early and have to be kept inside until the weather warms. Plants may arrive late, as well. Due to the sensitive nature of small plants, there is the possibility of a crop failure. If such a situation occurs, we will do our best to issue you a refund in a timely manner. Last minute losses can occur at any point in our shipping timeline, and we may have to issue a refund even late in the season. No orders shipped outside of the USA. No Extra shipping costs; you just pay our regular $3.50. (PRE-ORDER PLANTS WILL SHIP AFTER MARCH 1, 2018)
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23 out of 25 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Good variety
What are the cons? None
This spring I received the Fry, Noble and Southern Home varieties, which I was very pleased about. I planted the 6” vines immediately, and all three got sunscald (it hadn’t occurred to me that they needed to be hardened off), but luckily they slowly leafed out again. The Southern Home is the most vigorous, it grew 16’ this year. The Fry was the slowest, growing 6’. I pruned them all summer using the technique Greg Ison teaches for Isons Nursery. I planted in 6” of Mel’s mix, mulched, watered 1” every 2-7 days, and fertilized each with 1/2 cup feather meal in July.
I’ve had some aphids on them, but remove them by hand. Otherwise, seems to be trouble free. I expect to have a few grapes next year. Muscadine’s are much better tasting than table grapes, and also healthier.
If you are in the Southeast, these should be the one of the first fruits you plant.
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