The Q&A Archives: Growing Grapes

Question: Can I grow concord grapes in my area? If so, when do I plant them? How do I plant them?

Answer: Concord grapes won't ripen reliably in your gardening region, but you can grow Glenora, Moored and Island Belle. Plant rootstock in the spring, in a spot with full sunshine in loose, deep soil with a pH about 5.5-7.0. Good drainage is a must - grapes will not survive with "wet feet".

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