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Table Grapes

Our delicious, disease resistant varieties make grape growing easy and fun. These delicious. juicy, seedless varieties are hardy to minus 10°F.

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Interlaken

Interlaken

An early ripening and hardy variety from New York, Interlaken produces abundant crops of yellowish-green, crisp and sweet Grapes. Interlaken ripens in mid to late September and is great for fresh eating, juice and raisins.
8840
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$ 14.95 Available in the Fall
Marquis

Marquis

This outstanding variety from Cornell University produces abundant crops of large, pale yellow, very sweet and flavorful, seedless grapes. An outstanding variety for your home garden, Marquis is disease-resistant and ripens in mid-September. (U.S.P.P. 11012)
8846
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$ 14.95
NY 47616

NY 47616

One of our favorites and a winner of taste tests at One Green World, this unique variety from Cornell University is prized for its dense clusters of dark blue, sweet, very flavorful, early ripening grapes. NY47616 also features an attractive, compact growth habit and is disease-resistant and easy to grow.
8850
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$ 14.95
Suffolk Red

Suffolk Red

Enjoy abundant clusters of firm, juicy, bright red Grapes on your trellis or arbor. Great for fresh eating, these seedless, sweet grapes have a delectable spicy flavor. Suffolk Red ripens in mid to late September.
8870
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$ 14.95 Available in the Spring
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