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Grape Vines


Bare root grape vines may sometimes be supplied in late winter and early Spring – check for availability.

New Mildew Resistant Grapes

It is very seldom there are new grape cultivars introduced at all so we are particularly pleased to be able to offer these 4 new German raised varieties. All four are highly valuable because they are MILDEW RESISTANT – thus eliminating the need to spray, and versatile too. They produce fruit of delicious dessert quality but are well suited to wine making as well. All are naturally quite hardy and will grow and ripen well outdoors, but they may be grown in the greenhouse and conservatory if preferred and in this close, humid environment their natural mildew resistance will be even more greatly appreciated. If you have grown grapes before you will find these 4 new varieties a vast improvement in ease of culture, reliability and quality. If you have not been tempted to grow grapes yet then try these trouble free, rewarding cultivars!

Seedless Grape vine plants

Are available in a limited range of varieties as in the main seeded types do better in the UK climate. The varieties of seedless grape we offer – Flame, Lakemont and Suffolk Red, can do well in a prime position with plenty of sun, or the greenhouse/conservatory.

PLEASE NOTE WE WAITING ON NEW STOCK OF ALL GRAPE VINES UNTIL LATE MAY/JUNE If you place an order now it will be held for despatch as soon as the new season stock is ready; these will be container grown. Delivery estimate is second half of June.

Growing Characteristics

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  • Black Hamburgh Grape Vines


    Ideal for the cold greenhouse, ripens early and will colour well in a sunless summer. The grapes are sweet and juicy and the handsome bunches are filled with large, black fruits. The best dessert grape ever introduced.

  • Boscoop Glory Grape Vines


    A heavy cropping variety with large bunches of high quality grapes. Pale black or almost blue. Picking – September/October. An excellent variety from Boscoop Holland. Very good, sweet flavour. We now considered Boscoop Glory as one of the very best varieties.

  • Muller Thurgau Grape Vines


    Riesling Sylvaner. Early mid-season variety providing excellent quality, golden berries of good, sweet flavour for dessert, and provides a hock type wine with a good bouquet. Highly recommended.

  • Alicante Grape Vines


    (Exhibition quality). Oval, jet black grapes with a fine blue bloom. Heavy cropping and very free setting. Excellent flavour.

  • Bacchus Grape Vines


    Well filled bunches of the palest jade-white fruits provide a full bodied, well rounded, flavoursome wine. Outdoor, crops well. New

  • Brandt Grape Vines


    Small grapes with a very good flavour, sweet and juicy. Ripening in mid October, the fruits are dark red to almost blue. Excellent variety for vigorous wall cover.

  • Buckland Sweetwater Grape Vines


    An early crop on a compact vine. Very fine, sweet flavour, from the pale green fruits that ripen to almost amber. Heavy cropping. Excellent for pot culture.

  • Chasselas Rose Grape Vines


    For growing in the cold greenhouse, well flavoured grapes in long bunches that ripen early. Makes a wine like still champagne. Very deep pink coloured grapes.

  • Dorndfelder Grape Vines


    An excellent outdoor variety which is proving to be very reliable. Large bunches of even sumptuously coloured blue black fruits, the quality is so good because the bunches self thin during maturity. Ripening outdoors in early October, good sweet flavour and outstanding Autumn leaf colour. An excellent variety.

  • Early Van Der Laan Grape Vines


    A Dutch variety with pale yellow to green grapes. Excellent for dessert and wine. Early regular crop of quality fruit.

  • Flame Grape Vines


    A variety you may be familiar with from your local Supermarket, this being a hugely popular seedless red variety of sweet flavour and producing well filled bunches. This is the first time it has been available from us to grow and will likely be very popular; do not delay ordering this variety. An ideal counterpart to the green ‘Lakemont Seedless’

  • Foster’s Seedling Grape Vines


    Very large bunches of good flavoured grapes. Green/yellow to amber. A heavy cropper that sets freely.

  • Fragola Grape Vines


    The strawberry grape. The fruits are produced in small bunches of very large fruits. A perfect musk flavour with an enticing hint of strawberry Truly delicious dessert grapes. Beautiful golden autumn leaves. A superb wall cultivar where the heavy crop is displayed at its best.

  • Golden Champion Grape Vines


    Richly flavoured, golden yellow grapes. Picking October.

  • Gros Maroc Grape Vines


    Deepest blue, large fruits, easily ripened, excellent flavour. Picking October.

  • Lakemont Seedless Grape Vines


    So often we have been asked by our customers for a seedless grape but as most of the varieties in existence will not thrive in the UK we have always had to say no, until now. Lakemont Seedless has been recommended by a leading Viticulturalist as being particularly suitable for cultivation in the UK and should thrive in all areas except for the far North, and is also suitable for indoor cultivation. Large bunches of pale yellow green fruits, good muscat flavour and sets evenly. Has shown some resistance to mildew

  • Madeleine Angevine Grape Vines


    An excellent, early white grape for dessert, that also makes a superb wine. Heavy crops that ripen in late September. Very hardy for the type, and ideal for the marginal, colder areas.

  • Madeleine Sylvaner Grape Vines


    A white hybrid grape, early ripening and heavy cropping making an excellent wine. Produces regular cops of well flavoured grapes, especially good under cold conditions. Recommended.

  • Madresfield Court Grape Vines


    Very high quality, black fruit. Excellent flavour. An early ripening Muscat type.

  • Muscat Of Alexandria Grape Vines


    Rich and very sweet flavour. A superb white dessert grape

  • Phoenix Grape Vines


    A very large white grape which produces a wine of fine muscat aroma. When the fruits turn yellow they are sweet enough for dessert use. High yielding variety, Ripens early Oct.

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