Has anyone has any success with seedless "table" grapes in PA? I'd like to plant some grapes next year. I would like one section to be juice/jelly grapes, but I'd also like to have some good eating grapes.
I was looking at the following site:
I'd just like to get some first hand information from other gardeners for which of these types may or may not grow well.
Canadice - red
Concord - blue
Himrod - white
Lakemont - white
Red Suffolfk - red
Reliance - red
Any information is greatly appreciated.