An improvement on hardy grapes, featuring large, sweet and abundant dark purple fruit, good for jellies or juice; excellent for covering arbors or trellises, trailing walls or along a fence; needs a pollinator for best results.
This is a grape that requires a specific pruning regimen. Consult an on-line pruning guide for this variety of grape.
Best grown in a loamy soil with excellent drainage. Mix your soil with compost when planting.
Keep vines evenly watered during spring and summer. Reduce watering in the fall to encourage dormancy.