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America’s favorite grape — available in a seedless form for easy eating. If you love grape juice, then you love Concords! The fruit makes full-bodied juice or your own house wine. These vines produce abundant crops that have also been used to make prize-winning jams and jellies. Exceptional hardiness, vigor and disease resistance. Seedless. Heat-tolerant. Self-pollinating. Ripens in mid September.


Bloom Color White
Fruit Color Purple
Fruit Size Medium
Pollination Self-pollinating
Ripens/Harvest Mid September
Shade/Sun Full Sun
Soil Composition Loamy
Soil Moisture Well Drained
Soil pH Level 5.5 - 6.5
Taste Sweet
Texture Smooth, Juicy
Years to Bear 2 - 4
Zone Range 5 - 9

Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 5 - 9
My Hardiness Zone ?
The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

Size & Spacing

Mature Size

When your plant matures, it will be approximately 4 - 6' tall x 12" wide.

Recommended Spacing

We recommend spacing these plants 6 - 8' apart to ensure room for growth.

Recommended Pollinators

This variety is self pollinating.

In many cases, you may still want to plant pollinating partners to increase the size of your crops, but with self-pollinating varieties doing so is optional. You'll get fruit with only one plant!

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow grape vines in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

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Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
Everything I read said these should do well in my garden.
Maria P on Oct 15, 2018
It had good reviews and was readily available.
Larry M on Sep 25, 2018
Everything I read said these should do well in my garden.
Maria P on Oct 15, 2018
Nostalgia--my Granddaddy grew Concords in back yard. That these are seedless is an added bonus.
Terri V on Oct 5, 2018
It had good reviews and was readily available.
Larry M on Sep 25, 2018
My grandparents and had these growing up and they were always what I thought a grape should be.
Robert H on Jan 31, 2018
Looking forward to making jelly and grape juice.
SHERRI B on May 29, 2017
Homemade grape jelly...mmmmm.
JOSEPH P on May 5, 2017
My grandmother had Concords on an arbor when I was growing up. I love eating them and making juice and jelly. They have wonderful flavor.
Jennifer C on Mar 24, 2017
No seeds easy to make juice
JERRY W on Mar 21, 2017
Makes excellent jelly and juice which we thoroughly enjoy.
ROBERT S on Mar 13, 2017
My favorite memories as a child were playing in a neighbor's grape arbor and eating Concord grapes in summer. I have planted Concord grapes in MA from wild cuttings, -- got arbor in about 5 years. Then in So.California grew a cultivar in my own made-up soil with lots of peat moss drip watering and afternoon shade. They did fabulously and gave tons of grapes first year. Now I'm trying this seedless variety in TN -- a little worried about humidity but the Concord grape tradition goes on.
Laurel G on Mar 8, 2017
Friends have good luck in this area with this, and concord grape juice is amazing fresh. Might even try fermenting some.
Rolf G on Mar 6, 2017
Grandma had Concords. Finishing planting arbor.
Shawn M on Feb 27, 2017
Grape choices here in Florida are limited. Already grow Muscadine. Think a different type would be nice.
George F on Jan 28, 2017
Grandparents grew this when I was a child.
Sandy G on Nov 10, 2016
My father was born and raised in Naples, New York so how could I not start my grape growing in my retirement with your Concords? I have many wonderful memories associated with Concord Grapes.
Timothy R on Jun 20, 2016
To make grape juice
Jeri J T on Jun 19, 2016
I'd like to grow these to make homemade jelly...
Debra S on Jun 10, 2016
Concord Grapes make the best Jelly and Jams.
Deborah W on Jun 9, 2016
Childhood memories / self pollinator
Charlotte M on Jun 5, 2016
I heard it is easy to grow
Lisa R on Jun 2, 2016
Childhood Favorite for jelly.
LEEESTA S on Jun 1, 2016
Love Concords, wanted to try seedless.
Edward W on May 28, 2016
We love to freeze and eat grapes, but prices in the store are never consistent. I also want my kids to learn about working to earn their food and that all food isn't just ready to eat in packages!
Courtney S on May 11, 2016
One came up really well last year, just really slow growers...hedging our bets.
Eric and Olivia B on May 4, 2016
wanted seedless and couldn't find any in our neighborhood stores
SandraO'Brien O on May 3, 2016
I've always had concord grapes which have just died this winter after nearly 50 years. They were with seeds, so I thought we would try seedless.
Rosemary T on Apr 26, 2016
Just cant beat this old variety for taste, hardiness and ease of growth , seedless is extra special
Anthony M on Apr 17, 2016
Great for jelly and juice.
Paul M on Apr 17, 2016
These are chosen for taste... Why else?! And seedless too? Yes and yes!
Shelby W on Mar 30, 2016
Flavor and seedless.
Usha K on Feb 24, 2016
Nostalgia--my Granddaddy grew Concords in back yard. That these are seedless is an added bonus.
Terri V on Oct 5, 2018
My grandparents and had these growing up and they were always what I thought a grape should be.
Robert H on Jan 31, 2018
Can you plant them in a large pot or wine barrel?
Suzanne R on May 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes that system does work but I feel the vines do better and also a better yield when the roots can run with more room to spread out in the ground
Can I grow seedless concord in vsp treallis?
Grape lover on Feb 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It requires more work, but if you're already familiar with Vertical Shoot Positioned training, then you certainly can. One benefit would be more exposure to light, which helps reduce risk of fruit rots in humid areas.
Do you spur or cane prune seedless concord?
Stacia M on May 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You can do either, your preference.
Will this vine reach the top of a twenty foot tall trellis?
Billy on Apr 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Our vine grew to be at least 20 feet tall at the end of the second summer after we planted it. It is a beautiful, productive vine. We were careful to irrigate it properly and to feed it and prune it.
How do they winter?
Phillip S on Jun 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These are suited for zones 5-9, so they will survive a winter there with no problem if they are properly mulched in the fall. If you were to try and grow Concords in a zone further north than Zone 5, you would be risking the vine's survival.
can i plant different varieties of grapes in the same row?
ELIZABETH R on Jun 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes ... within limits. Do NOT mix seedless with seeded grapes (they will all or mostly all produce seeds). And different varieties will have different spreading characteristics, so the spacing will require thought.
How long afteryou plant the bare root concord grapes does it start growing leaves.?
todd k on Apr 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: That will depend upon the temperatures where you live. It should start leafing out 2-3 weeks after planting.
What does shallow cultivation mean and how do you do that with grape vines?
todd k on Apr 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Grape vines don't like their roots to be disturbed, and so when you cultivate around them, do so shallowly. Don't dig down deep or you may damage the root system. A pronged garden claw is a great tool for shallow cultivating.
Do theese plants need to be acclimated?
todd k on Apr 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: All of our plants, except bare-root trees, need to be acclimated.
I've already purchased three of these vines but now a friend is telling me that we have Pierce's disease here and that they won't survive. Are they susceptible or will they be resistant to Pierce's? I plan to plant them anyway but I am curious. I am in Auburn, AL.
Jennifer C on Apr 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: There have been studies showing the bacterium that causes Pierce's Disease does indeed affect Concord grape vines. The disease, which is prominent in southern regions (especially coastal areas), is spread by sharpshooters or similar pests that transmit the bacterium to the vine's vascular system when they feed. If you find that your Concord grape vines become affected, removal is suggested. At that point, you may want to contact your local county cooperative extension for advice on resistant varieties recommended for your area.
Is this a Mars? What is the official name of a seedless Concord?
squashblossom on Feb 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Concord Seedless, though similar in flavor and texture to Concord, is unrelated. The clusters and berries are much smaller than Concord. The fruit matures earlier, has high flavor, and makes excellent pies and preserves. Mars is another variety of Concord Seedless, which we no longer carry.
Is the bare root a different size plant from the 1 gal? Or are they the same age/size?
squashblossom on Feb 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They are the same age; the 1-gallon potted version is simply that, it's potted and growing. The bare-root will begin growing when it's planted.
What is the age of the plant?
LisaS on Nov 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The age and size information for our grapes is as follows: 4??? pot: 6-12 months old, and 4??? tall bare root: 1 year old and 12-18??? tall.
Is this sweeter than the Thomcord grape, and which one has thinner skin?
Denise G on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thomcord is half Concord, half Thompson. To compare, Concord grapes have a thick skin that slips easily from the grape's flesh. Thompson grapes have a thinner skin that sticks to the grape flesh. Thomcord has a nonslip skin (like Thompson) that is thinner than the skin of Concord. Both the Concord and the Thomcord are sweet grapes, but Concord's overall flavor is richer where Thomcord is lighter thanks to flavor characteristics from its Thompson parentage.
I see another person asked if a quadrilateral trellising system (i.e., vine grows in 2 directions on 2 wires) works for this vine. 2 more trellising questions:
(1) How long should the trellis be? I only have 1 vine and I can build a trellis up to 18 feet in length.
(2) At which heights should the wires be placed? I was thinking 4.5 feet and 6 feet, but have no basis for choosing these heights.
Thank you!
Valentina D on Jul 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The approximate mature size of this variety is about 6 feet, so your trellis should be at least this long, even a couple feet longer. If you have space for an 18-foot trellis, you may want to build it in case you want to add more grape vines to your growing space later. Most of the grape trellis designs I've seen have the first tier set 30-36 inches from the ground and the second tier set 24-36 inches above the first tier.

Customer Reviews

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Best Grapes I've ever had!
I planted mine in November 2012 in the dark after work...but boy was it worth it! All but one grew very well in 2013. I pruned them back(you must prune them) and got my first grapes in 2014. Last year, I had a TON of grapes and they were absolutely fantastic! I've gone organic in fertilizing and such and I swear that helps. You HAVE to prune them though. I did find, in New Hampshire, that mine became ripe in August instead of September. I enjoyed some in August and waited on most till September wondering if the flavor would increase(if that's even possible) but the birds got to them and, in many cases, took a single bite of each grape leaving the rest to rot. So I personally will pick them in August going forward. Love these grapes and convinced my neighbor to try two herself. I'll be helping her plant those this week!
April 13, 2016
over 2 years ago
Concord Seedless Grape
I purchased the concord seedless grape vine about 2 yrs ago and have been very satisfied with it's performance. Second season it produced grapes and this season it looks to be in very healthy condition. Great for making grape juice or jam. Taste is sweet and requires no sugar if used for juicing. Would recommend.
May 4, 2016
over 4 years ago
Good, hardy vine which requires little to no maintenance. Planted in poor soil conditions and left to it's own resources it does well...even with late, killing frosts.
May 5, 2016
over 4 years ago
mighty fine vine
Glad you asked ...When I got my vine I was very excited and I couldn't wait to get it in the ground. It barely took 2 weeks before it began to sprout. It was such a lovely sight. The roots took to the soil really quick and now I'm pleased to tell you I'm the proud owner of the best grape arbor in the whole area. I'm with it everyday. I give it it's daily regiment of water, feed and good ol' TLC!! Honestly Stark Bros. you put out the best product around. I was blessed to have discovered you. You all make a guy with no green thumb look a pro. I'm very satisfied. Thank you all!!!
May 12, 2016
over 3 years ago
Concord seedless grape
Hi, Since I started growing small orchard 2 years ago in Leesburg va zone 7A ,I have ordered dozens of fruit trees,nuts and vines from Stark Bros nursery.Concord seedlees was one among best ten grape varieties were choosed according to their description & characterizations .This season the grapes are growing very well ,& I hope I ll get many bunches in Summer. I d highly recommed Stark Bros nursery to my friends.
Best wishes ,
May 22, 2016
over 4 years ago
Concord Seedless Grape
We are very pleased with our seedless grape vine had a right many bunches of grapes last year . Its looking great already and growing very were this spring..looking forward to eating even more this year.. The perfect seedless grape.
Michael, Barbara Parnell
May 20, 2016
over 3 years ago
One Year Mark
Last year, I received my seedless Concord grape vine in wonderful health. I couldn't plant it the first day it arrived, so I left it in its packaging to wait until I could plant. That night, my husband took out all the trash... The grapevine in its box went with it. Out of sight out of mind, I forgot about it for the next four days. By the time I remembered it, I panicked and thought it was gone. Lo' and behold, trash hadn't run yet, but the box had been rained on and smooshed beneath other people's trash in the dumpster. We fished it out and the vine had been snapped, roots were nearly completely dry. Again, I just knew it was a goner. Planted it anyway because I was desperate....

It survived.
Grew four feet.
It even fruited.
Birds got everything, but I was just happy it even grew. Lol

This year, it's caged to keep the birds out. Vine is twice as vigorous this year, at least 8 feet already, and fruiting twice as much. Can't wait to try the grapes themselves. That will be the cherry on top if they taste true to the original Concord grape.

Will I buy from Stark Bro.'s again?
Heck yea.
They certainly sent me a fine plant that survived the hell I put it through. Good job guys.
May 10, 2017
over 2 years ago
Starks' Concord Seedless Grapes are Delicious!
The grapes are sweet and delicious, tasting just like Concord grape juice. None of the grapes even made it into our house because we were standing around our arbor picking them and eating them as they ripened. The vine was vigorous and healthy from the day it arrived and grew quickly into a large productive vine.
May 24, 2016
over 3 years ago
they are NOT seedless
We complained about it to you over a year ago,You said we have seeded grapes around us that's why our grapes have seed's in them. NOT so, there are not any grapes anywhere around us. now they are around three years old, The grandkid's don't enjoy them, their are too many seed's in one grape. NOT FUN. If these truly are seedless grapes will they ever come back without seed's?
May 13, 2016
over 4 years ago
A Good Grape
This is a good grape, but in our opinion, the Reliance tastes better, and the Marquis is more productive. If something happens to our Concord, I will replace it with one of those two. That said, it is a good grape. Growing well and producing fruit each year.
February 26, 2017