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(Daytona Grape, Grape)

Prized for its delicious fruit and for its ability to thrive in the heat and humidity of Florida and other subtropical climates, 'Daytona' is a deciduous woody vine that produces pink or red table grapes in summer. The result of a complex cross involving American and European hybrids, it bears open clusters of delicious, large, seeded fruits. It has attractive lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. Fragrant green flowers precede the fruits in late spring. It...

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(Diamond Grape, Moore's Diamond Grape, White 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...

(Seedless Black Grape)

The grape cultivar ‘Glenora’ is a mildly flavored seedless blue table grape. Though a vigorous grower, it is not a heavy fruit producer. Grape clusters often have great size variation of individual grapes. Vines produce very nice orange red fall foliage.

Plant ‘Glenora’ 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. Full sun will allow for best growth, flowering and subsequent fruiting. Like...

(Seeded Dessert Grape)

The grape cultivar ‘Golden Muscat’ is a sweet, rich-flavored green table grape that matures late in the season. Its grape clusters are often very large and heavy. When slightly under-ripe, fruits have a tangy citrus taste. If rains occur while fruits are at the peak of ripeness, fruits tend to crack.

Plant ‘Golden Muscat’ 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. Full sun will allow for...

(Grape)

Admired for both its fruit and its hardiness, 'La Crosse' is a deciduous woody vine that produces light green, pink-tinged grapes in late summer. The result of a complex cross involving American and European hybrids, this 1983 introduction from grape breeder Elmer Swenson bears large clusters of seeded fruits that are ideal for winemaking. It has attractive lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. Fragrant green flowers precede the fruits in late spring.

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(Grape, Lake Emerald Grape)

Bred specifically for warm-winter climates, this introduction from the Florida Agriculture Experiment Station bears bunches of fragrant, succulent, yellowish green, seeded grapes in summer. A hybrid that has Florida native species in its pedigree, it has proven resistant to most of the pest and pathogens that typically afflict Florida-grown grapes, including the dreaded Pierce's Disease. Good both for the table and for wine-making, the grapes are borne on vigorous vines which can cover large structures...

(Grape)

Prized for its delicious fruit and for its ability to thrive in the heat and humidity of areas such as the Southeast United States, 'Magoon' is a deciduous woody vine that produces small purple-black grapes in summer. A muscadine hybrid resulting from complex crosses between hybrids of grape species native to the southern United States, it bears open few-fruited clusters of sweet seeded fruits that are best eaten fresh. It has attractive lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades of orange...

(Grape)

The small deep blue grapes of this exceptionally hardy cultivar are perfect for making sweet fresh juice or fruity burgundy-like wine. The result of a complex cross involving American and European hybrids, this 1920 introduction from French grape breeder Eugene Kuhlmann bears small clusters of seeded fruits in late summer. It has attractive lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. Fragrant green flowers precede the fruits in late spring.

This cultivar requires...

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(Hybrid Fox Grape, Mars Seedless Grape)

The delicious large seedless deep blue fruit of this hybrid grape is sweet and strong. The hardy deciduous woody grapevine 'Mars' was bred by James N. Moore at the University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is the progeny of a cross between two non-patented cultivars with Vitis labrusca lineage, 'Island Belle' and 'Arkansas Selection 1339.'

Though grown specifically for its edible grapes, this vine also has attractive lobed leaves of rich...

(Grape, Reliance Grape, Seedless Red Grape)

Vitis ‘Reliance’ is a hybrid grape from the University of Arkansas. It produces early, pink to red, seedless grapes with a fruity, sweet taste on vigorous, winter-hardy vines. The fragrant, spring flowers are followed by fruit which is medium to small size with a thin, slip skin. Reliance grape vines do not require a pollinator and are a good choice for jams, jellies, juice and raisins. The foliage is large, lobed, dark green in the summer with some fall color. The vines have shaggy bark....