The Q&A Archives: Grape Vines

Question: My grape vine was budding but after a couple weeks of warm weather we had 2-3 nights of 32 degrees. The leaves/buds died and I'm not sure if the vine can be saved. It has been planted for about 7 years now and always produces grapes. Will it heal itself or does this mean that it is dead?

Answer: Even though it suffered damage from a late season frost, your established grape vine should take it all in stride and begin producing new stems and foliage. Give it a few weeks to recover and after it has begun to grow again you can prune out the dead stems. It should be just fine.

Hope you have a great harvest!

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