The Concord Grape is a well-known blue-black grape and for good reason! These seedless grapes taste delicious whether eaten plain or using in juices, jellies, and jams. This plant is quite a vigorous grower and therefore is perfect for home gardens. When growing, it is recommended to train the strongest of the canes by attaching it to a strong stake of approximately five or six feet and remove any suckers which may develop at the base.
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Received the first one a little dead but, called right away and let them know I received a rp ASAP and this little guy has been thriving and now has several leaves. =]
Hoping to extend my vineyard! I just planted the grape and waiting for it to grow. The house we moved into already had a very mature grape and thought it would be fun to plant and raise a new one. The plant is growing new green.
While these Concord vines did not look like much when they arrived, both are growing nicely now that they are in the ground. We're looking forward to the plants filling up a new arbor and tasting the fruit, as well.