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How to Grow Grape Vines at Home

by Maria Tussing
Grapes can be grown for many end products, including jam, jelly, juice, wine and fresh eating. They can be grown in many climates, depending on the variety. Each variety has assets and weaknesses and you should do some research before choosing which variety to plant. An extension educator or nursery...
  • Cheryl Fischer

    Mom made grape juice from our own concord grapes preserved in canning jars to enjoy and get vitamin C during the winter months.

  • Kimberly Cole-Britt

    how to grow grape vines at home. I so want a scroll-ie barbed wire arch with purple grapes growing up it.

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    The smaller the grape the better the flavor - grapes love clay & sand. (I work at a winery) They love a struggle! - DO NOT WATER GRAPES

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    Thank you L Whitecroft for you advise ...

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