King of the North Grapes

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Species  Information

This hardy grape variety is vigorous and productive. It is hardy to about -37F.

The plants are resistant to common grape diseases and insects.

The King of the North is a Labrusca grape variety and is self-pollinating. It’s a hybrid of two American species, Vitis labrusca and Vitis riparia.

Production Notes

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

The fruit from this vine is a blue grape that is medium size, jucy, tart and grows in tight clusters.The grapes are fairly highly acidic.

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

Ripens in September.

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