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(Jersey Blueberry, Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Highbush blueberry is a medium-sized deciduous shrub native to eastern North America and valued both as a culinary and an ornamental plant. In late spring, dainty, bell-shaped flowers grow in clusters at the ends of the many branches. These are followed from early summer (for early-fruiting cultivars) to midsummer (for late-season cultivars) by spherical blue fruits that are delicious raw or cooked. The lustrous leaves turn brilliant colors in fall and the young twigs are red in winter, adding further...

(Babaco, Mountain Papaya)

A compact and relatively cold-hardy papaya, babaco bears elongated, seedless, fragrant fruits with delicious flesh. A naturally occurring hybrid of mountain papaya (Vasconcellea pubescens), this tender shrub is native to the Andes of northern South America.

A large tree-like shrub with a thick soft-wooded "trunk" that grows head-high its first season, it bears large rounded long-stemmed leaves resembling fig foliage. Arising like umbrella spokes from the top of the trunk-like stem,...

Image of Vitis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Grape)

About 60 species of woody, tendril-climbing vines make up the genus Vitis. These deciduous plants are native primarily to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Long cultivated, grapes are economically important fruits for juice, wine, cooking, and the table. Some are also used as ornamental plants. By far the most commonly grown is Vitis vinifera, the European wine grape.

Long flexible climbing stems with grasping tendrils clamber up and over supports; a few Vitis...

(Grape)

Grown for its tart, delicious fruit, 'Blue Lake' is a heat-tolerant, deciduous, woody vine that produces large clusters of nearly purple-blue grapes from early to midsummer. The result of a cross between a hybrid of 'Concord' and the Florida native Vitis aestivalis, it is best for the home gardener or small grower because of the brief shelf life of its fruits, which should be eaten or processed soon after harvest. The are good fresh or in juices or preserves. This vine has attractive lobed...

(Black Grape, Buffalo Grape)

The grape cultivar ‘Buffalo’ is an early season fruit-bearer. Its grapes are blue-black and seeded but offer a sweet and spicy flavor. They are perfect for table eating or for juice.

Plant grapes in loam or a well-draining, clay based soil that has a neutral to alkaline pH. Full sun will allow for best growth, flowering and subsequent fruiting. Like many grapes, 'Buffalo' should be cane pruned before new spring growth. Pruning allows for controlled and healthy growth and an ample amount of high...

(Purple Grape)

A heritage grape dating to around 1890, this American hybrid produces large purple-black grapes that are considered a size and flavor improvement on the standard ‘Concord’. Hardy, heat-tolerant, deciduous, woody vines bears large clusters of juicy seeded grapes whose sweet flavor lacks a musky aftertaste. Ripening in late summer and early fall, some 3 weeks before those of 'Concord', the fruits are used for cooking, juices and jellies, or the table. They attain their fullest color about ten days...

(Seedless Red Grape)

The grape cultivar ‘Canadice’ bears abundant fruit early in the season. Its grapes are red (though there is much variation in color), seedless, held in nice clusters and make tasty table grapes. It shows good cold hardiness and its grapes ripen well in cool summer climates.

Plant ‘Canadice’ in loam or a well-draining, clay based soil that has a neutral to alkaline pH. Full sun will allow for best growth, flowering and subsequent fruiting. Like many grapes, it should be spur pruned before new...

(White Grape)

The grape cultivar ‘Cayuga White’ bears abundant fruit in the middle of the growing season. Its grapes are light green and considered excellent wine grapes. This cold hardy selection also shows moderate disease resistance.

Plant ‘Cayuga White’ in loam or a well-draining, clay based soil that has a neutral to alkaline pH. Full sun will allow for best growth, flowering and subsequent fruiting. Like many grapes, it should be spur pruned before new spring growth appears. Pruning allows for controlled,...

(Grape)

Prized for its delicious fruit, 'Champanel' is a heat-tolerant, deciduous, woody vine that produces black-purple grapes in summer. The result of an 1893 cross involving the United States native Vitis champini, this American hybrid bears loose clusters of large, thin-skinned, seeded fruits that are great eaten fresh or made into juice or wine. It has attractive lobed leaves of rich green that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. In spring it produces inconspicuous fragrant flowers...

Image of Vitis

Bob Nichols, USDA/ARS

About 60 species of woody, tendril-climbing vines make up the genus Vitis. These deciduous plants are native primarily to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Long cultivated, grapes are economically important fruits for juice, wine, cooking, and the table. Some are also used as ornamental plants. By far the most commonly grown is Vitis vinifera, the European wine grape.

Long flexible climbing stems with grasping tendrils clamber up and over supports; a few Vitis...