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Grape 'Blanc du Bois' (Vitis vinifera)

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Grow your own wine! The 'Blanc du Bois' Grape is considered to be one of the best performing grapevine varieties in the southern states due to its ability to tolerate and even thrive in the heat and humidity. Blanc du Bois produces large clusters of fruit weighing up to 3 pounds! It is fast growing, disease resistant, low maintenance and self-fertile. It is a great quality grape used to make a wide range of wines such as dry, semi-sweet, blush, port, and sparkling or champagne blends. This is an early season variety.

Plant Type:
Deciduous Fruiting Vine

Harvest Season:
Summer 

Mature Size:
4-10 ft 

Soil & Moisture:
 Moist, well-draining soil. Water more in the Summer, cut back watering and prune in the Winter when dormant

Light Requirements:
Full Sun

Self-Fertile:
Yes

Growth Rate:
Fast

Zone Hardiness:
Outdoors 4-10 Depending on Variety

Propagation:

Our grapes are grown from tissue culture and are capable of producing fruit within 3 years. 

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