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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Concord Grape, Fox Grape)

Renowned for its delicious deep-blue fruits that are widely used for commercial jam and juice, Concord grape is a selection of Vitis labrusca, a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. It produces numerous bunches of firm, large, seeded grapes in late summer, midway in the grape season. The fruits are "slipskin", with the outer skin freely slipping off the juicy inner flesh. Their scent and flavor are often described as having a "foxy" quality. Fragrant, inconspicuous...

(Fox Grape, Red Grape)

Prized for its delicious purple-red fruit, 'Fragola' is a selection or hybrid of Vitis labrusca, a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. An early-fruiting variety, it produces firm, seeded, sweetly flavored grapes that ripen in early fall. They are used in jams, jellies and sorbets, and are the source for a delicious strawberry-flavored table wine (fragola in Italian means "strawberry"). This vine has attractive deeply lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished...

(Fox Grape, Fredonia Grape)

Prized for its delicious blue-black fruits that resemble large 'Concord' grapes, 'Fredonia' is a selection of Vitis labrusca, a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. An early-fruiting variety, it produces firm, seeded grapes that ripen in very late summer, two weeks earlier than 'Concord' grapes. The fruits are "slipskin," the outer skin freely slipping off the juicy inner flesh. Although not as flavorful as 'Concord' grapes, they are widely used for jams, jellies,...

(Fox Grape, Himrod Grape)

The most widely grown extra-hardy white table grape, 'Himrod' is a selection of Vitis labrusca, a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. An early-fruiting variety, it produces clusters of firm, seedless, sweet, juicy grapes that ripen in late summer, five weeks before those of 'Concord'. The pale yellow-green grapes are excellent for eating. This vine has attractive deeply lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. Inconspicuous...

(Interlaken Grape, Seedless White Grape)

Prized for its delicious gold-green fruit, 'Interlaken' is a selection of Vitis labrusca, a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. An early-fruiting variety, it produces firm, seedless, sweetly flavored grapes that ripen in late summer, a week earlier than those of 'Himrod'. It has attractive deeply lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall. Inconspicuous fragrant flowers precede the fruits in late spring and early summer.

Vigorous,...

(Fox Grape, Niagara White Grape)

A white-fruited hybrid of the famous 'Concord' grape, 'Niagara' is a selection of Vitis labrusca, a hardy, deciduous, woody vine native to eastern North America. An extremely productive and vigorous variety, it produces clusters of large, firm, seeded grapes that ripen in fall, slightly before those of 'Concord'. The highly fragrant pale green grapes are suitable for eating, juicing, jellies, and some wine. This vine has attractive deeply lobed rich green leaves that turn burnished shades...

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Bosh Bruening

(Fox Grape, Vanessa Seedless Grape)

Grown for its delicious seedless red fruits, 'Vanessa' derives from Vitis labrusca, a hardy deciduous vine native to eastern North America. The medium-sized, mildly flavored, crisp grapes are excellent for eating or for drying as raisins. They ripen in late summer, early in the grape season. Fragrant, inconspicuous flowers precede the fruits in early summer. Like most grapes, this cultivar has attractive lobed leaves of rich green that turn burnished shades of orange and gold in fall.

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Image of Vitis riparia photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Riverbank 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...

Image of Vitis rotundifolia photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(American Bull Grape, Muscadine)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed by a thick-skinned berry with musky-tasting pulp. Wild muscadine flowers...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(American Bull Grape)

Muscadine grapes are native to the eastern United States south to Florida and west to Kansas and Mexico. They are deciduous, vigorous, woody vines which grow rampantly. Carlos is known as an extremely heavy fruit producer, suitable for winemaking. The leaves are oval to triangle-shaped, dark glossy green on top, lighter below and are toothed on the margins. The vines climb by tendrils and the bark is tight, but scruffy. The small flowers are produces in clusters of a few flowers in the spring, followed...