Grape
Vitis spp.
One of the world's most popular and oldest cultivated fruits, Grapes have been grown for over 5000 years. Grapevines bring lush beauty to your landscape and are easy to grow on an arbor, fence or trellis. We offer seedless, sweet and delicious, disease-resistant table grapes and superior varieties of wine grapes, plus varieties prized for their ornamental value.
Ornamental Grapes
These beautiful vines are prized for their unique foliage and striking summer and fall color. Use them to quickly cover a fence, wall or arbor.
Amur Grape
Vitis amurensis
Native to the far eastern parts of Russia and China, this extremely hardy grape species can be grown and enjoyed by gardeners in even the coldest parts of the U.S. Amur Grape is prized for its large, deeply lobed foliage that turns a beautiful, deep crimson and purple in the fall. Amur Grape bears good crops of nutritious, tart, dark blue grapes that make tasty juice. 8802
Claret Vine
Vitis vinifera ‘Purpurea’
Claret Vine features attractive, white and downy foliage in the spring and striking, rich, dark purple leaves in the fall. Grow Claret Vine with green-leaved grapes or other vines to add beauty and contrast to a trellis or arbor. Claret Vine bears abundant crops of tart grapes that make tasty juice. Claret Vine is self-fertile and hardy to minus 10°F. 8860
Nesbittiana Grape
Vitis nesbittiana
Discovered in the mountains in Mexico, Nesbittiana Grape is prized for its abundant, fragrant, lime-green flowers, which bloom in late spring and are complemented by the shiny bronze juvenile foliage which turns to light green as it matures. Nesbittiana Grape is hardy to 10°F. 8852
Sweet Lace™
Vitis vinifera ‘Chasselas Ciotat’
This rare and unique French variety is prized for its unusual and beautiful, finely cut foliage. Originally grown as a table grape and for wine production, Sweet Lace™ bears good crops of sweet white Grapes with small seeds. 8812
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