The Buffalo grape is a hardy, vigorous American variety of grape. Large clusters of medium sized, reddish black grapes with wonderful flavor. Its berries are much like the Concord grape. It is a great choice for fresh eating, juicing and wine. One of the best blue-black grapes for dessert making. Grapes should be pruned back extensively while dormant. Grapes are self pollinating but will do better with another one nearby. Disease-resistant. Ripens in September.
There’s nothing quite like homegrown grapes on a warm summer day. Their sweetness and burst of flavor are unmatched! Grape vines are an attractive addition to any garden and can be trained to grow up arbors and around fences where they can create a living barrier or enclosed space.
We grow several different types of grapes including table grapes, seedless grapes and the ever-popular concord grapes.
Height: 5'-6', but can be kept smaller with some pruning. Minimum temperature: Hardy to 0ºf to -10ºf. USDA zone: 6-10. Light: Full sun to part sun. Bearing age: 2-3 years. 10-15 lbs per plant. Pollination requirements None. It is self fertile. Ripens: August-September
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The last photo is an example of a #1 (1 gallon) Buffalo grape, however, it is not the exact plant that you will receive. Your plant will be approximately 1-2 years old and 2'-3' feet tall.