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Model # GRPCANAQT

Internet # 204309365

Canadice Grape Fruit Bearing Potted Vine

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Product Overview

Canadice is a red seedless table grape that is great for fresh eating, jellies and jams. A slip-skin variety with a labrusca or classic grape flavor. An early season grape with large clusters of medium size berries. Plant vines 6 - 8 ft. apart in rows and 8 to 10 ft. apart between rows. Grow in full sun in moist well drained soil. Hardy in zones 5 - 8. See planting and training instructions for more information on training vines for greater fruit production. Ships in pot for easy planting.

  • Red seedless grape
  • Sweet grape flavor with a slight spicyness
  • Excellent for fresh eating, jellies and jams
  • Fruit ripens mid August through September
  • Good winter hardiness in zones 5 - 8
  • Fruit clusters 6 - 8 in. long
  • Potted vine is ready to plant and train
  • Plant in full sun in well drained soil
  • Space 6 - 8 ft. apart in rows or on trellis and 8 - 10 ft. apart between rows
  • Self pollinating

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height 
6 - 8 feet 
Planting Depth (in.) 
6 in 

Details

Annual / Perennial 
Perennial 
Botanical Name 
Vitis labrusca 'Canadice" 
Chilling Requirements (hours) 
400 
Common Name 
Grape Vine 
Days to Harvest 
270 
Edible Type 
Fruit 
Hardiness Zone 
5,6,7,8 
Organic 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shipped As 
Container 

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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by what went wrong Bought two grape plants and neither showed any signs of life. The most I got was moss growing on the surface of the soil. Months have past so Iam sure they're dead had to get something else from some where else which I was sure had a chance. May 6, 2014
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