Muscadine grapes are indigenous to the southern parts of the United States but can be successfully grown into Zone 6. Characterized by their large, round shape, muscadine grapes come in purple, black or golden/bronze colors. (Bronze muscadines are most often called scuppernong grapes.) With the exception of a few self-pollinating varieties such as Cowart, muscadine grapes need two different varieties to produce fruit.
Muscadines make delicious wine, juice and jelly; and in addition to their versatile fruit, their vines provide an excellent source of natural habitat for wildlife.
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muscadine grape vines, muscadine plants
Trees that are shipped without soil to ensure good contact with soil in your yard. When shipped, they are about 3-4' tall with 3/8" or larger trunk diameter. When they mature, they will be one of three sizes*:
Matures to be about 8-10' tall and wide. Provides an abundance of full-size fruit.
Matures to be about 12-15' tall and wide. Gives maximum fruit yield per square foot.
Matures to be about 15-25' tall and 20' wide. A multi-purpose fruit and shade tree.
Top-grade, bare-root trees that give you a head start on growing. When shipped, they are about 4-5' tall with 5/8" or larger trunk diameter.
Trees in bottomless pots that allow some roots to be air pruned, so that a dense mass of productive, feeder roots can grow within the pot to make transplanting easier. Mature sizes vary. When shipped, they are about 1-2' tall.
Top-grade, potted trees chosen to give you a head start on growing. When shipped to you, they are about 3-4' tall.
*Tree sizes may vary by variety. See our Growing Guide for details.