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Red, White & Blue Seedless Grape Vine Collection

Available Spring 2017

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Description

Includes three top-quality, top-grade vines — red Reliance, white Lakemont and blue Glenora.

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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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
My fiance loves these! But i love the Concords; so we got both :)
Danielle D on Jun 4, 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
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
Variety, grandkids, grape leaves for Greek recipes.
Mary H on Apr 12, 2016
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.

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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.
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