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Concord Seedless Grape

Will Ship Spring 2024

Plant Type: Dormant, bare-root

Zones:  4-8

Soil Type:  Loamy & Sandy Soils

Site Selection: Full Sun

Mature Height & Width:  5-6' Height and 8-10' Spread

Growth Rate:  Fast - 12-24" or more per year once established

Moisture Requirements: Average

Plant Characteristics
POLLINATORS
EDIBLES
FALL COLORS
FLOWERING
FRUIT
4-8

Concord Seedless Grape Vine

The Concord Grape is a multi-purpose seedless grape that is easy to grow. This vine will need a support system like a fence, trellis or garden structure to climb. Once established, this vine will produce a blue-black grape that is used for fresh eating, making grape juice and sweet wines, and jelly or jams. A quick and vigorous grower, this vine will produce nice green leaves and clusters of grapes. The birds will love these so plant enough to make everyone happy.

This vine will need a support system like a fence, trellis or garden structure to climb. Grapes in general need full sun and warmer temperatures to ripen, so choose your location wisely. Southern exposures are a great place to plant for the best yield. Winter protection in colder climates such as zones 4 and 5 is recommended.

Product Questions

For many years my crop of concord grapes did well and where ready for home made consumption at this time last year.
This year 2022, we have another good crop, but the grapes are still green and very hard and and not one single one is purple.
What can/must I do to save this beautiful/delicious grape ?
Thank you in advance.
Question by: Maarten Jansen on Sep 5, 2022, 3:33 PM
Several factors could be responsible for the uneven ripening of the berries within a cluster. Possible causes are over-cropping (too many grape clusters on the vine), a potassium deficiency, moisture stress, not enough sunlight, or weed control spray sprayed nearby.

Over-cropping is the most common cause for home gardeners. An average grapevine may have 200 to 300 buds which are capable of producing fruit. If grapevines are not pruned properly in late winter, the number of fruit clusters may be excessive. The vine is unable to ripen the large crop properly, resulting in uneven ripening of the berries within the clusters. Since you mention you had them many years, possibly they will need some pruning on the vines and fertilizing.
Here is a web link to possibly help you out a bit more.

https://homeguides.sfgate.com/grapes-wont-ripen-91375.html
Answer by: Chief River Nursery on Sep 6, 2022, 10:02 AM
What is the spacing between concord seedless grapes - between vines and between rows? Can the be planted in the same areas as blueberries and raspberries?
Question by: Tom Wilson on Mar 8, 2023, 9:12 AM
Vine spacing within the row can be 6 to 9 feet apart. A typical spacing might be 8 feet apart to accommodate normal growth. Raspberries like to spread, so be sure there is enough spacing between the raspberries and the grapes if planting in the same area.
Answer by: Chief River Nursery on Mar 8, 2023, 9:17 AM