The Q&A Archives: Seedless Grapes

Question: Do you have a Seedless Grapes available? If you do, how does it come? Roots or Vine or whatever you call it. And if it is available can you send it to Hawaii, because my lanlord wanted to take some to the Philippines.

Answer: Growing grapes inthe Philippines may be tricky. They do need a winter cold period in order to grow and fruit the following season. I know there are cooler mountainous area in the Philippines, so perhaps these will work. I'd suggest grape varieties adapted to warm growing conditions such as the ones listed below that grow well in Florida.<br><br>Orlando Seedless-Golden-green grape<br>Conquistador- Deep purple fruit, but does have seeds.<br>Any Muscadines suchas Noble and Welder.<br><br>All these varieties are available through, Just Fruits, 30 St. Francis St., Crawfordville, FA 32327, 904-926-5644<br>

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