The Q&A Archives: Himrod And Interlaken Grapes

Question: I recently planted a few himrod and interlaken seedless white grapes. I live about 5 miles from the coast in the redwood country, with both fog and sunshine. Is there any hope that these grapes will produce?

Answer: You've made excellent grape cultivar choices for your growing region. Both produce reliably in cool, short-season areas. Interlaken ripens in late September and the fruit is tasty fresh or dried into raisins. Himrod is a very early season grape, and is used fresh or dried.

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