IMPORTANT NOTE: By law, we cannot ship concord grape vines to California, Idaho, New York, Indiana, or Washington State.
The concord grape vine produces large bunches of glossy, blue-black grapes with a green pulpy flesh. Grape trees usually bear fruit in September after two to three years. It grows in a prostrate shape and will probably require a strong trellis or support for it to stay healthy and grow properly. Each grape vine should be planted around six to eight feet apart.
Outdoor planted care: Plant in full sun into the ground or into at least a 20" diameter container in well draining soil.
- Concord grape vine, soil, plastic grower's pot
- USDA planting zones 5A-9B
12-20"H, 6-8" diameter (with canopy)