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Growing Grapes in Containers

You don't need a big vineyard to grow grapes, you can do this even on your balcony in a pot. Growing grapes in containers is not very complicated though it requires slight care and maintenance. Check out!


Plants beneficial to grapes include basil, beans, geraniums, oregano, clover, hyssop, peas, and blackberries. Keep radishes and cabbage away from grapes. Planting clover increases the soil fertility for grapes. Plant chives nearby to repel aphids. I'm repinning this so I can remember this!


Growing Grapes From Cuttings Grapes are very easy to grow from cuttings. With proper care, a dormant cutting can be started in the spring and by fall will give a vine large enough to bear a cluster or two of fruit the next season. The important factors are proper care and preparation of the cuttings.

from urban wine grower

Winter pruning of vines from infancy to the fourth year

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When to Plant Grape Vines

When to Plant Grape Vines. Whether you are planting table grapes or grapes for wine, informing yourself about the correct planting season can make all the difference in the quality of your grape harvest.