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Suffolk Red Seedless Grape Vine



 
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The Suffolk Red seedless grape vine ripens in August and September and is cold hardy enough to survive in minus 10 degrees F temperatures.   The Suffolk Red grapevines have been grown successfully in most northern States and each grape is filled with a melting pulp of a sweet and soft texture of flavor.  The Suffolk red was developed at Cornell University and gives a pleasant eating experience when ripe with a full color and a soft tender skin.


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2 Year Old Grape Vine [$12.75]

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Recommended USDA zones for Suffolk Red Seedless Grape Vines: [Vitis vinifera]
Zone 2 -50° to -35°
Zone 3 -35° to -20°
Zone 4 -20° to -10°
Zone 5 -10° to -5°
Zone 6 -5° to 5°
Zone 7 5° to 10°

Average Rating: 2.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Just a stick May 24, 2015
Reviewer: Scott from Mount Vernon, OH United States  
We ordered over $80 worth of products this was one of them. It cost $12.75 per stick. I actually would rather have bought it at a big market store it is so pathetic looking--as were each of the items. It will be weeks before I even know if this little stick will grow. We are to say the least,  very disappointed.

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Got a stick with roots May 14, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Clarksville, TN United States  
Received this plant looking like a 18 inch stick with some roots. No leaves or anything. Planted and watching to see if it grows or not.

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seedless grape April 22, 2014
Reviewer: Ron Pockl from Wheeling, WV United States  
plantinted and waiting for new growth. too early to say.

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