Grape Vines

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Grape Duo

…when the foliage colours to red and orange. Height of cordon trained vine: 1.8m (6?). Spread of cordon trained vine: 1.5m (5?). Untrained plants may reach up to 8m (26?).* Grape Duo comprises: * Grape 'Cabernet? - Superb red grape for making wine…  More Info

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Grape 'Cabernet'

…in the season from October. In the UK, Grape ?Cabernet? produces the best crops when grown under cover, where the fruits can ripen properly with the risk of damage from early frosts. Height of cordon trained vine: 1.8m (6?). Spread of cordon trained vine: 1.5m …  More Info

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Grape 'Phoenix'

…these delicious juicy grapes can be eaten fresh, added to desserts or used for wine-making. As autumn progresses the large green leaves turn to vibrant shades of yellow and red, making grape vines an attractive feature plant for pergolas and trellis. Height of…  More Info

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Grape 'Chardonnay'

…self-fertile Grape produces sweet fruit that can be enjoyed freshly picked, when they ripen from September onwards. In the UK, the fruits ripen early enough to miss the first frosts, making this a great choice for a sunny, sheltered wall outdoors. Height of cordon trained   More Info

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Cucamelon 'Melothria'

…the greenhouse, producing heavy crops of mini melon fruits tasting of cucumber with a twist of lime! Eat the grape-sized fruits fresh from the vine all through summer, but do try to save some for salads, salsas and pickles! The vigorous decorative foliage makes this lush…  More Info

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Tomato 'Mountain Magic' F1 Hybrid

…with modern F1 hybrid disease resistance, this tasty tom has everything going for it! Mountain Magic F1 is truly all-purpose - eat it from the vine, slice for salads and sandwiches, or use as a cooker or sauce base. Not only does it have good resistance to early blight, it…  More Info

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