White Grape Vine Bonsai
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White Grape Vine Bonsai

Now you can grow grapes in the smallest of spaces!
  • A truly unique and productive plant, this white bonsai grape will produce bunches of grapes year after year in virtually no space at all!
  • These old vines from commercial crops in Sicily have been dug up and potted, so have thick stems full of character!
  • Produce your very own bunches of grapes - An outdoor table variety, itís the perfect gift for wine lovers!
  • Easy to grow and care for, needing just regular watering and feeding, a sunny position and regular pruning to keep its shape.
  • Supplied as an established white grape plant in a 15cm pot, plants will grow as tall as you let it, but we recommend keeping it to a maximum 1.4m.

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Item: 340077
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A truly unique and productive plant, this bonsai grape will produce bunches of white grapes year after year in virtually no space at all!

These grapes originate in Sicily, where the old plants were dug up from the commercial fields and potted up - so they feature marvellous thick stems already and have a history of productivity!

Naturally, grape vines are vigorous climbers but when trained into a bonsai form, the Vitis vinifera makes a much more compact shrub with a thick, heavily patterned trunk, with bunches of grapes hanging in decorative clusters.

Grape vines are easy to care for and grow, needing just regular watering and feeding and a sunny position. Best grown outside spring to autumn, before being moved into a cooler room over the winter.

Plants are self-fertile, and the grapes are ready to be picked when ripe in late summer to early autumn - the grapes are not affected in any way by the size of the tree.

To maintain its shape, the grape bonsai should be pruned in early winter with a sharp pair of snips.

Supplied as an established white grape plant in a 15cm pot, plants will grow as tall as you let them, but we recommend keeping it to a maximum 1.4m.

Cut back annually to the woody stem to keep your Bonsai at 1m max to allow for new growth the following year.

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Item 340077 supplied as:
Supplied as an established plant in a 15cm pot, grapes will grow as tall as you let them, but we recommend keeping your bonsai to a maximum 1.4m.
Cut back annually to the woody stem to keep your Bonsai at 1m max to allow for new growth the following year.

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

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Your vine will grow as tall as you let it. Commercially plants are cut back to maximum 1.4m every 2 -3 years  by pollarding to allow easy picking of the grapes. Your plant can be cut back annually to the woody stem to keep Bonsai at 1m max, leaving at least 2 buds per stem to carry the following year's crop of grapes.

Care Information

Care of your white grape bonsai:

  • Keep it outside in either full sun or partial shade.
  • The grapevine bonsai needs between eight and 10 hours of indirect sunlight each day, along with good air circulation.
  • Protect from extreme cold and if brought indoors, plants should be kept out of direct light.
  • Water thoroughly at least every other day, daily if the weather is warm and ensure that the soil never dries out, although don't allow the plant to stand in water.
  • Use a liquid feed every 2 weeks during the growing season.
  • Grapes are deciduous so lose their leaves in winter and you can water less - once a week should be sufficient.
  • Repot the grape bonsai every two or three years. At that time, prune back to root ball.


 

Pruning your White Bonsai Grape Plant:

  • Plant will put on a lot of growth in spring. Prune back new shoots to prevent them from getting leggy.
  • Prune off any misplaced, suckers and shoots from the base to leave the trunk bare.
  • Prune back to the main frame in autumn, leaving one or two buds for the next season's grapes.
  • Avoid pruning in spring and summer - the main pruning time is late November or December. Pruning later can cause the vine to bleed sap, weakening the plant.
  • Cut roots back to 1/3rd every other year and replant your bonsai in a pot deeper than 3 in filled with free draining soil.
  • As with other bonsai trees, wire may be used to shape branches. Leave the wire in place for up to six months in order to bend the branches in the shape desired.

Planting/Flowering Calendar

Best Time To Plant
When Your Plant Will Flower
When Your Plant Will Fruit
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
140 cm
140 cm
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