Concord Grape Vine

Concord Grape Vine

Status: In Stock
$0.79
Minimum Purchase:
25 units
Description:
Concord grapes are considered to be one of the most beautiful varieties of winemaking. They are also used for making the finest juice.

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Concord Grape Vine - Vitis labrusca

Concord grape vines have been cultivated in the Americas since 1843 and remain one of the most popular types of grape vines to grow at home.

They produce medium-sized glossy, sweet, blue-black grapes when ripe. The large, three-lobed leaves turn bright shades of orange and gold during the fall, making this vine a colorful addition to any garden. This easy-to-grow vine can grow up to 20 feet tall and 20 feet wide, especially in areas with good, warm air circulation. That means they will provide a beautiful shady space for relaxation in the most beautiful areas of the garden.
Moreover, this particular type of grapevine usually ripens in late mid-season, which is perfect for Northern gardeners and landscapers in Zone 4 to Zone 9.

The vine thrives in areas with full sun and well-drained soil, including sand, loam, clay, or a mix of the three. Despite the need for proper air circulation, the Concord variety does best when sheltered from cold winter winds and standing water. They are also very popular with gardeners and landscapers due to the ease of growth and low maintenance when planted correctly from the start. To do this, these vines require sturdy support from objects such as pergolas, fences, arbors, trellises, trees, or walls to hold up their twining stems for the best grape harvest. These vines also provide a beautiful leafy cover through the warm months, bright colors in the fall, and delicious fruits when ripe. Since these vines will attract all kinds of hungry critters, from birds to squirrels, it's best to them covered in netting to prevent a loss of harvest without harming the natural wildlife in the area. These vines are shipped to the customer in a bare root form so that they will arrive in top-notch condition for planting.

Concord Grape Vine Ships As Bare Root