3ft 'Seedless Grape Vine Collection' | 2L Pots | 'Crimson Seedless' (Red) & 'Superior Seedless' (White)
Seedless Grape Vine Collection
The perfect choice for those who would like to grow their own grapes for eating fresh from the vine
We've chosen two of our strongest outdoor grape vines and paired them up to offer you a fantastic deal. Add some colour to your garden and have the luxury of choosing which colour grape to pick each day.
Both reliable, heavy croppers with excellent flavour. The lack of seeds make these so much easier to eat fresh of the vine, your only problem now is when to stop!
Arrives on a 3ft trimmed back cane for added stablity.
- Approx. Growth Height: 12m
- Approx Spread: 2.5m - 4m
- Vines are approx 2 years old in 2L Pots
- Harvesting Period: Test them - should be soft to touch and taste sugary sweet
- Flowering Period: Summer
- Tolerance: Frost tolerant, fairly drought tolerant once established
- Growing Habit: Climbing
- Self pollinating: Yes
- Uses: Eating fresh, making wine, cooking
- Hardiness: Hardy
- Exposure: Sheltered
- Rate of Growth: max. height in 2-5 years
- Wildlife friendly - attracts bees and other pollinating insects
- 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.
|Harvesting Period||Mid Season Fruit Trees|
|Features||Fruiting Climbing Plants, Seedless Grape Vines|
|Harvest Month||August, September|
|Location||Outdoor Grape Vines|
|Needs Ericaceous Compost?||No|
|Species||Grape Vines, Soft Fruit Plants|
|Time To Cropping||1 Year|
|Uses||Fruiting Plants Suitable For Eating Fresh, Fruiting Plants Suitable For Juicing|
|Colour||Red, White, Red, Black & Blue|
|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|