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Seedless Grape Vines
Seedless Grape Vines for Prepping



 
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  • blue eastern concord seedless grape vine

    Blue Eastern Seedless Grape

    Ripens: Mid-Season
    USDA Zones: 6 - 9
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Medium Size Cluster and Berries Good for Fresh
    Eating, Jam, Jelly, and Wine Grape

  • red flame seedless grape vine

    Red Flame Seedless Grape

    Ripens: Early Season
    USDA Zones: 6 - 9
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Loose Medium Clusters with Sweet Grapes Good
    for Fresh Eating and Raisins

  • thompson's seedless grape vine

    Thompson's Seedless Grape

    Ripens: Early to Mid
    USDA Zones: 7 - 9
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Large Loose Clusters of Medium Sweet Grapes
    Good for Fresh Eating, Cooking, Wine, and
    Raisins

  • einset seedless grape vine

    Einset Seedless Grape

    Ripens: Early Season
    USDA Zones: 4 - 9
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Tender and Firm with a Hint of Strawberry,
    Stores Well

  • romulus seedless grape vine

    Romulus Seedless Grape

    Ripens: Mid to Late Season
    USDA Zones: 2 - 5
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Medium to Large Grape in Medium Clusters

  • suffolk red seedless grape vine

    Suffolk Red Seedless Grape

    Ripens: Early Season
    USDA Zones: 2 - 7
    Pollinator: Self-Fertile
    Large Sweet Grape in Loose Clusters Good for
    Fresh Eating and Raisins


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● The seedless grapevine bundle for sale by Prepper Gardens is for northern gardeners, as they are not resistant to Pierce's disease if you are in USDA zones 4 through 7. Growing the seedless grapevines is best done on a trellis, but Preppers can use them to hide structures from the plain view of the public. All three varieties would prefer full sun but this is not required for optimal fruit production, as they are tolerant of shade. Pollination will not be an issue and you will be able to product a great amount of fresh grapes, which can be used as currency to trade, or for fresh eating, freezing, or making into jelly and wine. They can also be dried or dehydrated, which greatly increases the shelf life of the grapes.

  • The Einset seedless grape was developed by Cornell University and bred to be grown in colder climates. This grapevine produces a tender, firm, tasty red table grape that has a hint of strawberries, and is considered to be early-ripening. The grapes store very well and the grapevine has proven to be resistant to cracking and botrytis, but susceptible to mildew. In some years the vine can produce a small, insignificant seed, but all in all this a great grapevine to grow for survival in the northern zones.

  • The Romulus seedless grapevine is another grapevine that was bred for the cold environment. The grape is a white seedless table grape that is most widely grown for raisin production, which would be a good use for Preppers needing fresh, healthy, organic snacks. The fruit ripens mid-to-late in the season and is a mid-to-large-sized grape that produces on small clusters. Planting a Romulus seedless grape helps extend your harvesting season as the fruit will ripen over an extended period of time, making it easier to use the large quantities of grapes you will receive from your plant.

  • Suffolk Red seedless grapevines produce an early season red seedless table grape that is cold hardy. The fruit quality is considered to be excellent and can be used for fresh eating and raisin production. The grape is large and produced in loose clusters, with a firm, crisp, meaty, spicy, and sweet flavor that your family will love, especially since there will not be any grocery stores open during doomsday. Growing all three of these tasty grapevines is a great idea, saving you 10% when you buy the seedless grape bundle, and helping you grow your own food rather than having to stockpile it.


● Seedless grapes are a low-maintenance vine that will produce an ample amount of fresh organic grapes to eat every year; plus, you can plant the vine on structures you want hidden and the vine will grow so thick that you will not be able to see what's behind it.
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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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Grape vines look Great! May 18, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Clark Fork, ID United States  
Just received the 4 grape vines I ordered last week.  They were well packaged, shipped in a timely way, and in great condition when they arrived.  There are lots of healthy roots that have been kept wet with a gel substance, and I trust they will transplant fine.

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Red Flame Grape Vines March 25, 2015
Reviewer: Dennis Krouse from Kingwood, TX United States  
Billing was handled a bit unusual, but my vines arrived quickly, packed nicely and were kept moist. I planted them the evening they arrived, now I just have wait until they wake-up.
Thank you.

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grapevine,2 yrs old October 8, 2014
Reviewer: kim tyson from gardnerville, NV United States  
I received one grapevine of two I paid for.In wonderful condition.I hope to receive the other soon. Sent an email on 10/06/2014 the same day I received my grapevine,that I only received one of two. No word yet on what is going on.Hope to hear soon.

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  5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
 
packaging April 8, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Salmon, ID United States  
the packaging on this product was first rate !!best i have had from any nursery !
thanks !!

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