Grapes are Back!

gldno1April 28, 2009

Christie, I was so sure mine were dead, but this week I see green sprouts........already bought a Concord to replace one. Now I have to find another home for it somewhere in the garden.

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I need to remember to be patient next year then. I would've been worried by now too. I didn't know they leafed out so late.
I only planted one this spring but a friend is supposed to give us some starts and I'm not sure where to put them. There's a nice sunny spot close to the fence but lots of bermuda grass there.

    Bookmark   April 28, 2009 at 7:14AM
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I was looking at my new grape vine today and I found either flower buds or tiny grapes on it. I don't know which one they are. I suspect I'm supposed to remove them the first year. Does anyone know?

    Bookmark   May 30, 2009 at 8:15PM
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The one grape vine of the three I planted last year had a tiny green twig which finally died. I will plant the new Concord there. It has little grapes too and I am not pinching them off.

Yours may be blooms just getting ready to open...I am guessing from the end of the green bud but it could already be tiny grapes. I am certainly no grape expert.

    Bookmark   May 31, 2009 at 5:35AM
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