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(Plants offered here are of exceptional quality and often produce in the 1st year.)
Beta - Zone 3-7, Another hearty 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.
Canadice Seedless - Zone 5-8 - A popular red grape to east coast growers, Candice is a very good quality grape for wine and fresh eating. Vines produce large compact clusters of fruit ripening two weeks earlier than Concord.
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, Blue fruit resembles Concord in color and flavor but the clusters and berries are smaller. Berries are seedless. Excellent for pies, jams and jellies.
Catawba - Zone 4b-8. A spicy flavored, red grape that is medium in size, very good table grape and excellent for jams and jellies. Also a great selection for red wines.
Edelweiss - Zone 4-8, Greenish-white with high sugar content. Dessert and wine grape. Good flavor and quality.
Fredonia - Zone 4-8. Another purple grape selection that is medium in size and sweet. Similar to Concord.
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.
Frontenac Gris - Zone 4-8. A white form of Frontenac, coppery colored grapes have an aroma of peach and apricot. This Muscat-like grape is desirable for white wine making, fresh eating and desserts. Excellent disease resistance. A university of MN introduction.
Himrod seedless - Zone 5-8. This is a high quality white grape that ripens to yellow-gold in color. Ripening a month earlier than Concord, it is excellent for fresh eating, deserts and wine making. One of the hardiest of white grapes.
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.
Niagra- Zone 4b-8. A productive and vigorous variety with large and sweet fruit. Niagra is the leading green grape grown in the United States. Great for table or wine.
Reliance Seedless - Zone 5-8. A red, seedless table grape of high quality. Fruit is exceptionally suited for fresh eating and juice. Vines require annual pruning, adequate fertility and maximum sunlight.
Steuben - Vines are vigorous, and easy to grow. Bluish-black fruit is sweet and tender with a spicy tang. Very good table grape and makes excellent red wine.
Somerset Seedless - Zone 4-8. A beautiful red seedless grape developed in Wisconsin. Berries have a great strawberry like flavor and are edible at the pink stage in late August, but aquires a much sweeter taste when fully ripe. Fruit is small to medium in size, growing in compact clusters.quite disease resistant.
Swenson Red - Zone 4-8, Red, with high sugar content. A large round grape with crisp yet tender texture. Hardy to 30 degrees below zero.
Valiant Blue - Zone 3-6, Blue grape exceeds Beta in flavor, quality and hardiness. Matures earlier, is vine productive and bears annually. Round fruit up to 1/2" in diameter.