The Q&A Archives: Planting grapes

Question: I have grape cutting that I grew in a pot and is about 4 years old now and it's in a pot. It was given to me by a good friend from his dad's yard. I've tried the fruits of this seedless grapes and it's very sweet. Will this grape grow in a 2' dameter cement pot or is it better just plant it in the ground with a trellis?

Answer: Grapevines need to have a large and healthy root system in order to develop healthy fruit so plant yours in the ground. Choose a sunny spot and provide a trellis or even an expanse of split rail fence on which the vines can grow. Enjoy the fruits of your harvest!

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