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Grape Vine Plants

Ty Ty Nursery is proud to offer a huge selection of grape vines, ready for eating or bottling as wine! Jumbo, seedless, and grape bunches are available as well as popular table grapes for your family to enjoy. White and red grapes with worldwide origins can be found in the categories below.
Bunch Grape Vines Muscadine Grape Vines Scuppernong Grape Vines Seedless Grape Vines Wine Grape Vines
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•Concord
•Niagara
•Red Catawba
•Black Fredonia
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•Cowart
•Hunt
•Jumbo
•Loomis
•Nesbit
•Noble
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•Carlos
•Dixie
•Fry
•Higgins
•Magnolia
•Summitt
•Tara
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•Concord
•Crimson
•Einset
•Glenora
•Lady Finger
•Lakemont
•Red Flame
•Reliance
•Romulus
•Suffolk Red
•Summer Royal
•Thompson's
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•Cabernet Sauvignon
•Gewurztraminer
•Merlot
•Pinot Chardonnay
•Pinot Gris
•Pinot Noir
•Sauvignon Blanc
•White Riesling
•Zinfandel
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Muscadines are native grape vines in the U.S., and were found growing by colonists in N.C. and Va. Many hybrid muscadine grape vines have be released to nurseries by USDA researchers. some cultivars producing as 100 pounds of grapes on a single vine. Muscadine grape vines will not grow grapes, unless a female muscadine is pollinated by a male muscadine grape vine. Ty Ty nursery can tell you which muscadines are the best pollinators. Large vines can produce large clusters the very first year. Bunch Grapes are a favorite grapevine to plant because of the delicious flavor of the blue concord and white Niagara grapes. Seedless grapes have become an important commercial grapevine to plant for grocery store appeal. Muscadine grapes are native to the U.S. and quite cold hardy in much of the U.S. Wine grapes are a favorite vineyard grape for white wine and red wine production. Grapes from the TyTy Nursery grapevines come in many different sizes and shapes, such as the dark blue grape of the Blue Eastern Concord Bunch Grape Vine.