These grape vines are 6-12 inches tall. Don't be fooled by competitors that advertise that their trees come pre-planted in soil. These trees are guaranteed healthy and will take root in your garden or orchard when planted upon receipt of live plant.
Catawba: red grapes with a crisp flesh that is very sweet and juicy. Excellent grape for wine making, fresh eating, and juice. The vine is vigorous and productive.
Concord: seedless blue-black fruit is produced on this deciduous fruiting vine. This very productive grape has dark blue fruit, with clusters and berries that are slightly smaller.
Fredonia: very cold hardy and productive. The grape of the Black Fredonia Bunch Grape Vine has a thick skin that easily separates from the pulp.
Niagara: Niagara grapes are the most popular commercial cultivar of seedless white grapes on the market. Easily trained to climb fences or trellises, Niagara grapes are famous for producing large clusters of grapes.