Muscadine vines can grow up to 60 ft tall when supported in trees but if unsupported will only grow 3-4 ft tall. The leaves of muscadine vines are heart-shaped, light green in color and wide teeth are placed on the edges of the leaves. The plants are considered to be cold hardy, and the vines are not significantly damaged unless temperatures fall below minus ten degrees Fahrenheit.
We do not ship grape vines to the states of California, Oregon and Washington.
Muscadine Vine Pollination
Scuppernong Vine Video, Etc.
Muscadine Vine Video, Etc.
Scuppernong Male and Female vines must be planted together in order to assure good grape production. Ty Ty Nursery can tell you which muscadine grapevine you should plant with the proper scuppernong grapevine.
Scuppernongs are colored bronze and native American seedling grapevines grow in the wild from Virginia Southwards. Many new hybrid scuppernong grapevines have been introduced to Nursery sites to sell by the USDA. A large scuppernong grape vine will produce clusters of grapes the first year of planting, if properly pollinated. A female scuppernong flower must be pollinated by male scuppernongs to form any grapes. TyTy Nursery is happy to advise buyers on which scuppernongs to plant.
The seeds and skin of muscadines contain higher levels of antioxidants than any other fruit. Order your Scuppernong Grapevines from Ty Ty Nursery. Call 888-811-9132 to order yours today.