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(Muscadine, Summit 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. Summit's medium to large grapes are red-bronze with very good flavor and produced early to mid season. 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...

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James Burghardt

(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. Triumph's grapes are red-bronze with good flavor, medium to large in size and produced early in the season. 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...

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Felder Rushing

(Common Grape, European Grape)

The common grape is an ornamental, fruit-bearing vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. Cultivated varieties are many, and fruit color may be blue-black, green or red, depending on the selection. Most cultivars are the European standards for winemaking and include ‘Cabernet Sauvignon’, ‘Pinot Noir’, and ‘Sauvignon Blanc.’ Many selections are bred for eating too.

Records show that this grape originated from western Asia and was first domesticated as...

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Jessie Keith

(Black Hamburg Grape, Common Grape, Frankenthaler Grape, Purple Grape)

Black Hamburg grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. This variety produces full and tight clusters of luscious dark red to rich purple seeded fruits used as a dessert grape. It needs a long growing season with ample heat to successfully produce.

European grape is a vigorous plant that produces a tight-skinned fruit. It has a general requirement of a well-drained, fertile alkaline soil in full sun to partial shade. It needs...

(Black Monukka Seedless Grape, Common Grape)

Long cultivated for wine and for the table in its native West Asia and in many other parts of the world, common grape (Vitis vinifera) also makes an excellent plant for the ornamental garden. Introduced to Europe and the United States from India at the beginning of the twentieth century, 'Black Monukka' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to large, dark red to black, tasty fruits. Borne in long loose clusters, the seedless, firm-fleshed, thin-skinned grapes ripen...

(Black Grape, Cabernet Sauvignon Grape, Common Grape)

The common grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. The cultivar 'Cabernet Sauvignon' is a fantastic wine grape that needs a long growing season to produce its famous small, pungent, dark purple-red fruits. About four months' time is needed from flowering until harvest time, making it a late season grape. It is also one of the more cold hardy European cultivars.

Common grape is a vigorous woody vine that produces clusters of tasty...

(Chardonnay Grape, European Grape, White Grape)

The common grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. The wine grape 'Chardonnay' produces densely packed clusters of light green, seeded fruits used in high quality white wine. Fruits mature in the early part of midsummer and generate better flavor in slightly cooler climates though vines can withstand hot summers.

Common grape is a vigorous woody vine that produces clusters of tasty tight-skinned fruit. It generally requires...

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Patrick Tregenza, USDA/ARS

(Common Grape, Flame Red Seedless Grape)

The common grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. The cultivar 'Flame Seedless' is an early season grape with red seedless fruit. It is widely used as a table (eating) grape and is dried for raisins.

Common grape is a vigorous woody vine that produces clusters of tasty tight-skinned fruit. It generally requires full to partial sun and sharply drained, fertile, alkaline soil. Vines must undergo a period of cold dormancy in winter,...

(Common Grape, Lakemont Grape)

The common grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. The cultivar ‘Lakemont’ is an early season producer that bears heavy crops of seedless white grapes with thin skin and firm flesh. Its clusters keep well in refrigeration and arguably gain a better flavor after being chilled. It is a terrifically tasty table grape.

Grapes prefer full to partial sun and sharply drained, fertile, alkaline soil. Full sun will allow for best growth,...

(Black Grape, European Grape)

The common grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, delicious grapes and interesting stems and bark. The cultivar 'Merlot' produces large, dense clusters of delightful seeded cobalt blue fruits with a musky rich flavor. These are used almost exclusively for winemaking. This vine is vigorous and dense and its abundant leaves turn bright red in autumn.

Grapes prefer full to partial sun and sharply drained, fertile, alkaline soil. Full sun will allow for best growth, flowering and subsequent...