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Bluebell
Grape
Bluebell
374 Mid. Clusters of medium-sized dark grapes with a heavy blue bloom. Our most popular seeded grape. Excellent for fresh eating, jelly and juice. Z3. read more
Grape
Fredonia
375 Mid. Large thick-skinned slipskin grape with delicious spicy flavor. Good fresh, in jams, jellies, wine or juice. Two weeks earlier than Concord. Z4. read more
Frontenac
Grape
Frontenac
376 Mid-Late. Very large loose clusters of small grapes for red wine. Also excellent for fresh eating. Z4/5. read more
King of the North
Grape
King of the North
377 Mid. Very hardy dark-skinned table and wine grape. Produces light red sweet tasty juice. Z3. read more
Marquette
Grape
Marquette
378 Mid-Late. Small-medium bluish-black grapes in small to medium-sized clusters. The best variety this side of the Atlantic for a Pinot-Noir-style red wine. Z3. read more
Grape
Niagara
379 Late. Large slipskin grapes are very juicy with a mild foxy flavor. Good for fresh eating and juice. Z4/5. read more
Reliance Seedless
Grape
Reliance Seedless
380 Very Early. Large loose clusters of tender melting sweet pinkish-red grapes with a strawberry-like flavor. Good for fresh eating or juice. Stores well. Z4/5. read more
Somerset Seedless
Grape
Somerset Seedless
381 Early. Medium-sized small sweet ruddy reddish-golden grapes in loose clusters. Crispy texture and great flavor. Easy to grow. Z4. read more
Worden
Grape
Worden
382 Mid. Large long broad tapering clusters of medium-sized round dark purplish blue-black grapes with a heavy bloom. Excellent fresh-eating quality. Heirloom. Z4. read more

Collections

Grape Collection
Collection
Grape Collection
386 Our pick of 4 varieties, individually labeled, a combo of hardy dessert and wine grapes. read more