Grown for its large tastey full clusters of medium to large green seedless grapes.. Sweet and juicy. Midseason ripening. Great fresh or for jams, jelly, wine, or juice.
Train them on trellis, pergolas, or around patios.
Plant where they will receive full sun. Prune generally in late winter and prune to create good air circulation. If you are in a windy site, it is best to provide young plants wiht some wind protection until established. Provide deep soil that is rich with compost or aged manure, but it must drain well. pH level between 5.5-7 is ideal.