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Red, White & Blue Seedless Grape Vine Collection

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Seedless grapes of many colors! In this money-savings collection you’ll get three grape vines. All three varieties bear delicious, and seedless grapes— one red, one white, and one blue. Most grapes are self-pollinating, but the presence of a different variety nearby will give you an abundance of grapes from each vine.

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

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Package variety. I???m a beginer
Leon M on May 1, 2020
WE have one grape and wanted more, this was perfect.
Deborah C on Mar 29, 2020
Package variety. I???m a beginer
Leon M on May 1, 2020
Wanted a variety
Tammy C on Apr 17, 2020
WE have one grape and wanted more, this was perfect.
Deborah C on Mar 29, 2020
Sanjeev A on Mar 12, 2020
The collection matches our requirements for seedless, table grapes in our zone.
Carolyn N on May 10, 2019
wanted the variety for pollination and different ripening periods.
daniel p on Apr 11, 2019
My other grapes have seeds. Since I'm getting seedless, I wanted an attractive variety of colors.
Polly C on Mar 11, 2019
Your collections offer the best price per each grape vine.
Michael G on Mar 8, 2019
We have some fence that will be covered with grapes.
Gregory B on Feb 4, 2019
My fiance loves these! But i love the Concords; so we got both :)
Danielle D on Jun 4, 2016
Variety, grandkids, grape leaves for Greek recipes.
Mary H on Apr 12, 2016
Looked like the best value to finish off my vineyard. I have 8 vines from Stark Bros already and they are doing well.
Beverly A on Apr 4, 2016
Wanted a variety
Tammy C on Apr 17, 2020
Sanjeev A on Mar 12, 2020
What is best pruning plan for red, white and blue grapes?
Chickenman on Nov 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I am in zone 6 and the standard 2-wire 4-cordon system works well for all our grapes.
I just purchased glenora, lakemont and relaince vines - which trellis system is recommend for these?
daniel p on Apr 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I do not remember if there Is a ???recommended??? trellis system for the red, white, and blue vines (although I did read as much as I could get off the Internet and from Stark). We also took a vacation in Portugal and visited three or four vineyards where I was able to measure spacing and see various trellis approaches.

We went with a simple, single wire trellis that occupies a raised bed next to two walls (facing south-west) of a barn that was torn down several years prior to planting. The wires are embedded in the wall of the old barn and supported by several metal posts that help to keep the wire about 4??? high above the raised bed. The vines are spaced apart about 7??? each except at the end where I gave the single direction vine a bit more room.

Based on what I???ve read and seen, I think any system you like can be pruned to work. For us, the simple approach fit perfectly.

Best of luck - and BTW, you???ll be surprised at how much pruning you need to do. It???s fun, though.
Raymond A on Feb 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi there I???m in Zone six Pittsburgh Pennsylvania normally in the month of May as temperatures reach 50?? plus for a couple weeks the first leave start appearing hope this helps
Mine are 2 years old and this year is the first year I am actually getting some grapes. I had to net them because birds were eating them when they started out. It seems I might have some type of deficiency in the soil because the grapes are not any bigger than my pinky fingernail. Any suggestions?
Janet Z on Jul 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. It's wise to be in the habit of doing an annual soil test; all plants drain nutrients from the soil during the growing season and need to be replenished. Another cause could be a lack of proper pruning. If you're just letting the vines grow wild, too much of the plant's energy is going to the vine and not enough to the fruit. Also, selectively thinning fruit will produce bigger remaining fruit in most grape varieties.
I live in Anchorage AK and have a green house....with the long sun of summer could I grow these grapes here?
Marti on Apr 10, 2020
BEST ANSWER: If you are able to vent the greenhouse to keep it from getting too hot it may work. You might also try shade cloth. Our hoop house in upstate New York can reach over 115 degrees in the blazing sun if we don't open up the ends and use shade cloth.
I purchased this red, white and blue collection as part of a bigger order. All of my grapes and blueberries have done very well, except for two out of this collection. They have not rooted or done anything. They appear to be dead. Warranty?
M I on Jun 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your inquiry. I'm sorry to hear about your tree/plants. Please call Customer Support at 800.325.4180 and we'll be happy to assist you with a one-time replacement or refund if purchased within the last year.
if i have soggy clay soil how can i fix it to grow good tasting grapes? or am i better off building a raised bed?
roy h on Mar 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: "Soggy" is the largest problem. Grapes like moisture but too much will kill them.
The clay can be modified by adding organic material, compost, topsoil, etc.
Adding bio-char, which is absolutely nothing but charcoal, will help the clay to drain the water.
I am going to move two of my vines because the water table where they are is too close to the surface, but not "soggy". (and it's only 40 feet from two other vines along the same fence which are thriving).

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2nd year and loaded with friut
These are growing great and producing a lot of grapes in the Second year. I built a trellis and gave each vine ~5ft. to fil in. I now wish I would have given each vine at least 8ft. Follow the pruning instructions that are provided (I know it doesn't seem to make sense to cut off most of the growth but trust me it grows back) for best results.
August 9, 2016
over 5 years ago
Grapes are great
I am thrilled with the red, white and blue collection. The plants arrived in perfect condition and they continue to thrive. I couldn't be happier with them.
May 19, 2017
over 5 years ago
Impressed with the plants and the packaging
We received our red, white and blue grape collection 1 year ago. They were packaged well and looked great prior to planting them. As the summer went on only one of the 3 plants grew. Stark bro's were very good about replacing the 2 that didn't grow. This year we amended the soil some before planting the replacements. All 3 plants have taken off and look great. I am very impressed with the care Stark Bro's takes in packaging their plants for shipment. If we need any more bare root plants I will definitely consider buying them from Stark Bro's.
May 29, 2017
over 4 years ago
RWB seedless grape vine collection
I've had these grapes before and I was living in the northern part of the upper peninsula of Michigan. They did rather well. Now I am 50 miles further south in the UP but this is only their second year. Hopefully the results will be the same as I was happy with them before.
May 9, 2018
over 3 years ago
Not sure yet
The vines did well last year (I planted them in the spring). They seem to have survived the winter, but it's still too early to tell.
May 4, 2019
over 2 years ago