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Muscadine Grape Vine Collection

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Description

Finish your summer harvest with fresh, sweet muscadine grapes. This collection contains one each of three different self-pollinating and heat-tolerant muscadine grape vines: Triumph ripens in late August into September, Noble ripens in September, and Nesbitt ripens in late September into October.

New Collection! This money-saving collection is new to our catalog. Another way to take pleasure in growing your own.

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.

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Stark Bro's Store
To increase my grape capacity.
Andrew L on Apr 9, 2016
We love muscadines
Sabrina L on Mar 15, 2016
To increase my grape capacity.
Andrew L on Apr 9, 2016
We tried Muscadine table grapes for the first time and my 12 year old daughter liked them so much, I decided that it might be worth trying to grow some for ourselves.
Chris D on Apr 3, 2016
We love muscadines
Sabrina L on Mar 15, 2016
I want to attract more birds to my yard and hopefully these vines will also provide a natural privacy screen along an old chain link fence.
Amy M on Mar 1, 2016
grows in my zone and want more fruit for the homestead.
jamie k on Feb 25, 2016
We tried Muscadine table grapes for the first time and my 12 year old daughter liked them so much, I decided that it might be worth trying to grow some for ourselves.
Chris D on Apr 3, 2016
I want to attract more birds to my yard and hopefully these vines will also provide a natural privacy screen along an old chain link fence.
Amy M on Mar 1, 2016

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I couldn't believe it, we got hit with one one the worst snow storms in history, I had the vines covered in hay all winterthey were burrowed in over 2 to3 foot of snow, when spring came I uncovered them they were broken from the weight of the snow and covered in slim, I thought forshure they died, but as soon as we got a couple warm day everyone bounced right back. I'm in aw
May 13, 2017
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