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Although grapevines have been cultivated in southern areas of the UK for centuries, successful growing of dessert/wine grapes is now more easily achievable using modern disease resistant varieties. These vines can ripen from late September and produce a reliable harvest even in poorer years. Vines are hardy plants and given a sunny, south facing site with some shelter and a well-drained soil, it is now possible to select grapevine varieties suitable for planting in most areas of the UK for eating, juicing or wine-making. Ideally vines should be planted against a sunny wall or fence. Alternatively, grapevines can provide a decorative feature when used to cover an arch, pergola or grown in containers. Traditionally vines are cultivated on post and wire supports and planted 1.5 m apart.

Prices
Pot grown
from £9.00
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE BOSKOOP'S GLORY
Good-sized black grapes of refreshing flavour.
Grapes: Dessert/Wine.
Reliable outdoor crops. Boskoop's Glory is a generally disease resistant vine and easy to grow. Good Autumn colour.
Early Oct.
£9.00/3 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE GAGARIN BLUE
Large, dark, flavoursome grapes for dessert/wine.
Easy grapevine variety to grow in most areas and generally disease resistant. Oct.
Not Available 2016
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE LAKEMONT
Seedless hybrid dessert grapevine variety producing large bunches of green grapes with good sweet flavour.
Early season.The vine can be grown outside but needs warm situation to ripen successfully. Good resistance to mildew.
£9.00/3 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE MICHURINSKI
Large bunches medium sized dark blue-black grapes. Good flavour. Suitable for dessert use or wine.
High yielding early variety. Hardy. Widely planted Eastern Europe
£9.00/3 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE MIREILLE
Golden dessert grapes with pronounced Muscat flavour.
Very early (July/Aug). Can ripen outdoors against warm wall but best inside. Thin bunches heavily for best crops.
£6.50/1 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE MUSCAT BLEU
Large bunches blue-black grapes with dark red flesh. Fine eating grape with rich flavour.
Ripens late September in Southern UK. Strong growing vine with good disease resistance.
£9.00/3 litre
£12.50/5 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE ORA
Hybrid French table grape.
Large, high quality, yellowish-green, well-flavoured fruit.
Indoor growing recommended.
Early Oct.
Not Available 2016
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE POLOSKE (Polo.) MUSCAT
New hybrid dessert/wine grape. Heavy crops yellow-green grapes with slight Muscat flavour.
Grapes ripens (late Sept/early Oct). Suitable for most areas UK. Good disease resistance.
£9.00/3 litre
£12.50/5 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE ROYAL MUSCADINE
Traditional white dessert grape grown in UK for centuries. Good quality fruit.
Royal Muscadine needs shelter to grow well. Performs more reliably against a wall. Good for container growing.
£6.50/1 litre
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE SEYVAL BLANC
Heavy crops yellow-green grapes which produce crisp, dry wine. Useful for blending. Primarily wine variety but can make dessert crops on a warm wall.
Easy to grow and with good disease resistance. Can be grown in more marginal areas.
Not Available 2016
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE SIEGERREBE
Deep golden rose coloured grapes with a good Muscat flavour. Good dessert or for sweet spicy wine.
Early ripening (Aug-Sept)
Not Available 2016
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE SOLARIS
New German hybrid grape. Early and heavy crops with high sugars. Recommended for eating or for production of rich, full wine with Muscat-honeyed flavours.
Grape Solaris has excellent disease resistance.
Not Available 2016
Soft Fruit & Vines: Grapevines,
GRAPEVINE STRAWBERRY GRAPE
Golden dessert grapes with an intense, rich flavour and a hint of strawberries.
Very productive garden vine which is easy to grow. Pick and eat in late Sept. Wasps can be a problem.
£12.50/5 litre
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