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Image of Vitis vinifera

Jessie Keith

(Common Grape, European Grape, White Grape)

The European white grape is an ornamental vine with bold leaves, colorful and delicious fruits and interesting stems and bark. 'Muscat of Alexandria' produces large, seeded, green or amber colored fruits. It is believed to be among the earliest of cultivars in history, thought to have been first developed in northern Africa. Its fruits have a sweet and musky flavor that is highly regarded for fresh table eating, raisin production and for juice and a non-aromatic wine.

European grape is a vigorous...

(European Grape, White Seedless 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. A 1946 introduction resulting from a cross by H.P. Olmo of the University of California at Davis, 'Perlette' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to tasty light green fruits. Borne in long clusters, the seedless, firm-fleshed grapes ripen in late summer, 3 weeks earlier than...

(Common Grape, European Grape, Pinot Gris 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. Cultivated in Italy since at least the fourteenth century, 'Pinot Gris' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to round reddish fruits. Borne in dense clusters, the seeded, firm-fleshed grapes are used to produce white wines (including Pinot Grigio) and sparkling beverages. They...

(Common Grape, European Grape, Pinot Noir 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. Cultivated in Italy for 2000 years and known in several forms, 'Pinot Noir' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to round blue-black fruits. Borne in dense compact clusters, the seeded, firm-fleshed, thin-skinned grapes are used to produce fine red wines and sparkling white...

(Common Grape, European 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. Grown in France for several hundred years, 'Sauvignon Blanc' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to round light green fruits. Borne in dense cylindrical clusters, the seeded, firm-fleshed, thin-skinned grapes are used to produce grape juice and fine white wines. Its fruits...

(Common Grape, Grape Thompson Seedless)

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 California in the late nineteenth century and arguably the best known table grape today, 'Thompson Seedless' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to tasty light green, amber-tinged fruits. Borne in large cylindrical clusters, the seedless, thin-skinned, firm-fleshed...

(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. An important California wine grape introduced to the state in the mid-nineteenth century, 'Zinfandel' offers attractive bold leaves and interesting bark in addition to round violet-purple fruits. Borne in dense clusters, the seeded, firm-fleshed grapes ripen in fall and are used to make high-quality...

Image of X Citrofortunella floridana photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Limequat)

A broadleaf evergreen tree with an upright but somewhat rounded canopy and occasional thorns on its branches, the limequat results from the cross between the lime (Citrus aurantiifolia) and any kumquat (Fortunella spp.). It is more cold hardy than the heat-loving lime, but not quite as cold tolerant as the kumquat. Interestingly, a limequat does not require as much summer warmth as others in order to produce its fruits.

The oval, dark green leaves may have small wing-like lobes...

Image of X Citrofortunella floridana

James H. Schutte

(Eustis Limequat, Limequat)

Bearing loads of attractive light yellow fruits that are excellent culinary substitutes for limes or lemons, the Eustis limequat is a broadleaf evergreen tree with an upright but rounded to rangy canopy and occasional thorns on its branches. It resulted from the cross between the lime (Citrus aurantiifolia) and the Marumi kumquat (Fortunella japonica). It is more cold hardy than the heat-loving lime, but not quite as cold tolerant as the kumquat. Interestingly, a limequat does not...