Muscadine “Southern Home” Grape Vine Plant Muscadinia Vitus Rotundifolia

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Plants for sale are Muscadine “Southern Home” Grape vine Muscadinia Vitus rotundifolia grape vine plants. Plants for sale are currently growing at between 6-16″ Each plant is lab grown from tissue cultures to be a Disease ..

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Plants for sale are Muscadine “Southern Home” Grape vine Muscadinia Vitus rotundifolia grape vine plants

Plants for sale are currently growing at between 6-16″ Each plant is lab grown from tissue cultures to be a Disease free plant. This cultivar has a leaf more like a bunch grape and is valuable as an ornamental as a result. Southern Home Grape Vine produces a black berry with more berries per cluster than usual.

Berry size is medium and berry flavor is different from the flavor of other muscadine grapes. Yield is moderate to high and ripening period is from August to November. As with all Muscadines this one is great for canning or eating fresh. We recommend using only *Bio Spectrum organic fertilizer, located in our store. Ships to the continental United States only… Happy Gardening.

Southern Home Grape Vine Care and Instructions

Vine Training, Pruning and Canopy Management

Muscadine grapes are vine trained using several methods. For example, common practices include, the vertical single wire method, the vertical two wire trellis, overhead arbors, the North Caroline method, and the Geneva double curtain method.

All methods utilize training the spurs to Cordons. Prior to the 1900’s people grew Muscadine grapes in the wild.

Soil requirements and planting instructions

First, Mix together the following:

  • 30 percent potting soil
  • 20 percent peat moss
  • 40 percent compost
  • 10 percent shredded sphagnum moss and a handful of perlite

Then, place this mixture in a pots, beds or garden and plant your grape. Proper site preparation ensures years of growth and once established they will not require weed control. Strong growth will Soil Ph should be around 6.0-7.0

Muscadines grow best in fertile sandy loam and alluvial soils. They grow wild in well-drained bottom lands that are not subject to extended drought or waterlogging.

They are also resistant to pests and diseases, including Pierce’s disease, which can destroy other grape species. Muscadine is one of the grape species most resistant to phylloexa, an insect that can kill roots of grape vines.

Watering

If using drip irrigation allow soil to dry slightly between watering. Do not over water any members of the Muscadinia rotundifolia family.

Fertilizer

This medium feeder every three weeks during the warmer months with a one half-strength fertilizer with a balanced N-P-K ratio or 20-20-20.

Light Conditions

When making a site selection keep your plant in an area that has bright direct light. Additionally, plants will produce small non fragrant flowers.

General Information

Its recognized range in the United States extends from New York to Florida, and west to Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana. They are well adapted to their native warm and humid climate; they need fewer chill hours than better known varieties and they thrive in summer heat.

People also refer to Muscadine grapes as bullace grapes or Scuppernogs. Grapes generally grow from cuttings or seeds. There are hundreds of varieties of Muscadine grapes.

 

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