Somerset Seedless Grapes

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Species Information

This unique grape species is a heavy bearer of fruit. It is also very cold tolerant. This hybrid was bred in Wisconsin by Elmer Swenson, a pioneer of grape breeding.

When mature the plant is about 4 to 6 feet tall and 12 feet wide. The plant should be pruned in late February or March.

The plant produces white blooms and is self-pollinating.

Production Notes

This tree takes between two to four years to bear fruit from the time it’s planted.

The fruit from this vine has a unique strawberry-like flavor. The fruit starts out pink and becomes much sweeter and more flavorful after it ripens on the vine and turns fully red.

Gr apes are high in antioxidants and packed with nutrients like Vitamin C.

Ripens in August.