Grape Plants

Grape Plants for sale

grape plants

All Grape Plants are 2 year old, #1 plants and are priced at $ 14.00

All plants offered here are of exceptional quality and often produce in the 1st year.
** Soaking your grapes for 2-4 hours before planting allows the roots to re-hydrate and
absorb water.**

Beta Zone 3-7. A hardy grape for Northern climates, this Blue-black grape is excellent for juice or jelly.  Vigorous grower.

Bluebell Zone 4-8. Resembles Concord in size and color but has more tender skin and  greater hardiness. Very good table quality, excellent sub for Concord in the North.

Concord Zone 4-8. Blue-black, excellent for eating. Medium to large clusters. Berry  size is medium to large.  This has always been a favorite of wine makers.

Concord Seedless– Zone 5-8. Same description as above, except seedless.

Edelweiss Zone 4-8. Greenish-white, with high sugar content. Dessert and wine grape.  Good flavor and quality.

Frontenac Zone 4-8. A red wine grape developed by the U. of Minn., is very hardy to -30F. Produces excellent quality grapes, is a vigorous grower with good  disease resistance to downy and powdery mildew.

Kay Gray – Zone 4-8. This is a fine hardy white grape suited for table use and wine making. They are extremely sweet, grapes are medium to large, vines are very productive.

Marquette Zone 4-8. This is an exceptional red grape that combines cold hardiness and disease resistance for the production of excellent grape. Tasters note an attractive deep red color with a desirable aroma of cherry and spice. Great for northern growers.

Swenson Red Zone 4-8. Red, with high sugar content. A large round grape with crisp yet tender texture.  Excellent for fresh eating and wine.  Hardy to 30 degrees below zero.

Valiant Blue Zone 3-6. Blue grape exceeds Beta in flavor, quality, and hardiness.  Matures earlier, very productive and bears annually.  Round fruit up to 1/2″ in diameter.

Wordon –Zone 4-8. A blue-black New York Grape similar to Concord. However, fruit is  larger, of higher quality and ripens about two weeks earlier than Concord. Vigorous and hardy vines produce exceptional grapes for wine, juice and eating.