Scuppernongs are colored bronze or white, and native American seedling grapevines grow in the wild stage from Virginia Southwards. Many new hybrid scuppernong grapevines have been introduced by the USDA to nursery grower sites for sale in commercial markets. A large scuppernong grape vine will produce large loose clusters of grapes the first year of planting, if properly pollinated by a male.
A female scuppernong flower must be pollinated by male? scuppernongs to form any grapes at all. TyTy Nursery experts are happy to advise buyers about which scuppernong grape vines are best for you to plant successfully in your grape vineyard.