self pollinating, produces purple-black grapes in mid to late season small fruit med yield good disease resistance poor cold hardiness med vine vigor very good flavor high sugar content ecellent fresh or for juice and jellies.
Harvest: mid-September. Excellent choice to eat fresh, making juice, jams & jellies
Photo courtesy of Our Growing Friends at Bottoms Nursery in Concord, GA and Toms Creek Farm & Nursery in Farmer, North Carolina (336) 857-2131
Deciduous, Winter Dormant
Primary Foliage Color
Average: Ensure planting area provides adequate drainage