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1 Bare Root Live Plant CATAWBA Grape Seedless Vine

1 Bare Root Live Plant CATAWBA Grape Seedless Vine

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You will receive 1 Bare Root plant with a healthy root system.

The Catawba grape is widely grown in Ohio and Central NY as early as the mid 19th century and widely used for sparkling wine, Catawba was the most popular grape cultivated in the US prior to the introduction of Concord, and was the major variety used for wine production in Ohio prior to Prohibition. Catawba is a spicy-flavored, red slip skin grape. Clusters are medium to large and well formed; fruit is medium-sized, round and purplish-red with a distinctive flavor.

The Catawba grape is a classic American grape that is used for making wines and juices. It is native to the eastern United States and has a long history of cultivation. This grape has a sweet flavor and a light reddish-purple color. It is a popular choice for winemakers and is used to make sweet and semi-sweet wines. If you are looking to add Catawba grapes to your garden, here are some planting instructions to help you get started.

Before planting the Catawba grapes, it is important to choose a location that receives full sun. This grape variety is partial to warm and sunny climates. The soil should be moderately fertile and well-draining. If the soil is too wet, it can cause root rot, so it is important to ensure proper drainage. Once you have selected an appropriate location, it is time to prepare the soil. Clear the area of any weeds and debris, then till the soil to a depth of 12 inches. Add two to three inches of compost or aged manure to the soil to help improve fertility.

When planting the Catawba grapes, it is important to allow for adequate spacing. The vines should be planted about eight feet apart in rows that are spaced 12 to 15 feet apart. Use trellises or other supports to give the vines something to climb on.
Water your Catawba grapes regularly to keep the soil moist but not soggy. During the fruiting season, it is important to fertilize the plants with a balanced fertilizer. Prune the vines in the late winter or early spring to promote healthy growth. Harvesting the Catawba grapes usually occurs in late summer or early fall. The grapes should be left on the vine until they are ripe and have a deep reddish-purple color. The Catawba grapes can be enjoyed fresh or used to make homemade wines and juices.
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