|Sunlight||Full Sun, Part Sun|
|Mature Height||15-20 Feet|
|Mature Width||10-15 Feet|
The Muscadine grape is a perfect plant for our customers looking to start with an easy to grow fruiting plant. Muscadine grapes are utilized for fresh eating, wine, juice, jellies, jams, and more. They are an extremely healthy, vitamin rich fruit that your family with love. This Muscadine is has dark purple skin and medium in size.
- Muscadine grapes support a healthy immune system, cardiovascular system, and normal cell function. They have higher antioxidant and phytonutrient levels than standard grapes and are an excellent source of resveratrol.
- A native plant! Muscadine grapes are native to the south central and south eastern US.
- Fast growing and easy to maintain. Muscadine grapes are drought tolerant. Once you get them established they require very little care.
- Heavy producer! Did you know that Muscadine grapes produce 4 times the fruit of standard grapes?
Pro Tip: Pick you Muscadine grapes when they are ripe. They will not continue to ripen off the plant. Taste will be the best indicator of ripeness. When they are sweet and delicious go ahead and start harvesting your fruit. Combine with the Scuppernong Grape Vine to have a variety of Grapes.
Muscadine grapes are very easy to maintain. Water them deeply 1-3 times per week (more the first couple weeks and slowly taper down) for the first few months to get them established. Once established these vines are drought tolerant but a moist, well-drained soil (especially the first year) will offer the best growth and fruit. Fertilize with our slow release fertilizer in spring. Prune in late winter or early spring when the vine is dormant to invigorate an older plant or to keep your plant size controlled.