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2-3ft 'Vroege van der Laan' Grape Vine | 2L Pot

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Hardy Dutch variety perfect for the UK's climate

'Vroege van der Laan' is a deciduous, climbing shrub which produces a large amount of fruity white grapes which are bursting with flavour and perfect for making wine or eating fresh off the vine. This variety is great for amateur grape enthusiasts due to the reliable nature of this hardy vine which produces grapes in most areas of the UK.

Variety Information

  • Location: Outdoor
  • Seedless: No
  • Color: White
  • Harvesting Period: August-September
  • Estimated Time to Best Yields: 2 years
  • Uses: Eating Fresh, Wine-Making
  • Supplied As: 2L Pot
  • Height on Arrival: 60cm (2ft)
  • Planting Distance: 1.8-2.7m
  • Eventual Height & Spread: 10m x 10m (33 x 33ft)
It is important to regularly water your plant, at least bimonthly for two months. Grapes differ from other fruiting plants because their roots grow deep. Therefore it is important to give them a thorough watering. You should also ensure adequate spacing (1.8 - 2.7m) between vines, depending on the planting system you use. Please see below for our planting guidance:

  • Dig a hole that is twice the radius of your plant’s rootball.
  • Before planting, drench the rootball.
  • Place the pot in the planting hole, making sure that it sits no lower than an inch below the ground.
  • Fill the planting hole with a mix of compost and garden soil, finishing with fertiliser and mycorrhizal fungi. Take care to not compress the soil.
  • Provide your plant with a generous watering.
  • Add mulch on top, (whether bark and wood chippings, compost, manure, leaf-mould, and stones). Try to keep the mulch from touching the stem.
Depending on their location and hours of sunlight, grape vines can be slightly more challenging to grow. Below we address some common query topics:

    • Hardiness: While grapes originate from the Mediterranean and Central Asia, they are hardy enough to survive the UK's winters. However, they can sometimes suffer from frost damage. To avoid this, try to plant them in a south-facing location.
    • Position: When it comes to grapes, planting in full sun is always recommended.
    • Soil: Grape vines benefit from deeper soils, but 3ft is still adequate. Although the fertility and granularity of the soil determines fruit size, a smaller size is less of an issue with these plants. This is because their primary use is often wine making, where smaller fruits are preferred.
  • More Information
    Colour Test Sand
    Harvesting Period Early Season Fruit Trees
    Common Name Grape
    Features Fruiting Climbing Plants
    Harvest Month August, September
    Is Collection/Mix? No
    Location Outdoor Grape Vines
    Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
    Species Grape Vines, Soft Fruit Plants
    Time To Cropping 1 Year
    Type Grape
    Uses Fruiting Plants Suitable For Eating Fresh
    Colour Sand, White
    Eventual Height 12m+
    Eventual Spread 4m-8m
    Pollination Group Self-Fertile
    Annual Rate Of Growth Medium Growing
    Supplied As 2L Pot
    Supplied As 2L-3L Pot
    Type Soft Fruit Plants
    Shop By Category Soft Fruit Plants

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