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Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
Pair of Table Grape Vines
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Pair of Table Grape Vines

Pick plump and gorgeous grapes from your own garden.
  • Grow your own sweet and juicy grapes right here in the UK.
  • The fully hardy vines are highly productive, giving you pounds of delicious grapes each year.
  • Easy to grow and care for, grapevines are highly decorative as well as productive.
  • Perfect for greenhouse or conservatory, and will also grow in the garden or in a pot on the patio.
  • Supplied as a pair of vines, 1 x each red table grape and white table grape (named varieties supplied) 75-80cm tall, in 3L pots.

Product options:

2 x 3L Pot - 75-80cm Tall
Item: 340070
£29.98
2 x 5L Pot - 1.2-1.4m Tall
Item: 340039
£44.98
3L Pot - 50-70cm Tall
Item: 340068
£14.99
3L Pot - 50-70cm Tall
Item: 340069
£14.99
2 x 3L Pot - 75-80cm Tall - Item: 340070
ONLY £29.98
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Fill your fruit bowl for weeks with juicy, homegrown grapes from this pair of gorgeous grape vines.
Grow your own deliciously sweet, juicy grapes from your own grape vines right here in the UK and create a little Mediterranean haven in your garden.

Producing plenty to fill your fruit bowl for weeks, these grapes will be bursting with flavour and healthy goodness when you harvest them each year - simply irresistible.

Decorative as well as productive, grape vines make a stunning feature when trained over a pergola, fences or arches and their large leaves will provide natural summer shade - plus you can always use the young vine leaves for making dolmades!

Best grown in a greenhouse or conservatory for an optimum harvet, grapes are a welcome addition to any garden, and are also happy in a pot on your patio or in the ground, where these top-quality vines will reward you with your very own delicious, sweet, juicy grapes for years to come.

Our collection consists of 1 vine of each red table grape and white table grape (supplied as named varieties), approx 75-80cm tall with their first fruit appearing - these stunning vines are both prolific fruiting, incredibly winter hardy and very easy to grow.

What Is Supplied

Item 340070 supplied as:
Supplied as 2 x 75-80cm caned vines in 3L pots, ready for immediate planting.

Plant Care Information

Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Edible
Edible
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow

Top Tips

  • For best results, allow your vines to come up to full crop gradually:Remove all flowers for the first two years after planting.
  • Allow three bunches of grapes on three-year-old vines and about five on a four-year-old vine slightly more if growing well.
  • Allow full cropping thereafter.
  • When pruning, do so in November or December as plants will 'bleed' if cut when actively growing.

Care Information

  • Position your vine in the sunniest sheltered area of the garden for best results, preferably against a south-facing wall.
  • When planting in the ground, dig over the soil, break up any compaction and enrich with compost or fertiliser.
  • Plant in weed-free ground. Plant vines against walls and fences 1.2m (4ft) apart and 12.5cm (9in) away from the wall.
  • Plant vines in the open 1.2-1.5m (4-5ft) apart in rows 1.5-1.8m (5-6ft) apart.
  • In their first year, water grapevines well and regularly, especially if there is a prolonged dry spell.
  • Mulch in spring when the soil is moist, to suppress weeds, placing stones or gravel, 5-7.5cm (2-3in) deep around the base of the plants.
  • The main pruning time is November - December, while training, pinching out new shoots and fruit thinning, takes place in spring and summer.

Planting/Flowering Calendar

Planting Time
Flowering Time
Fruiting Time
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Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
200 cm
200 cm
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1. If you're not totally happy with your order, return it within 30 days and we'll replace or refund in full!
2. Should any hardy plant fail to thrive thereafter, we'll replace free of charge - you just pay the P&P
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