Concord is the traditional grape to make grape jelly and juice. It is also used as a table grape and for wine. The vines produce large clusters of medium-sized, slipskin, blue-black grapes that ripen in mid-September.
- Produces bunches of large, blue-black, seeded grapes with an excellent, distinctive flavor
- Prefers acidic soil
- Is self-fertile, but planting more than one vine is recommended for the best crop
- Should be planted 6'–8' apart using a trellis system
- Will be delivered as a bare-root vine measuring 6"–1'
- Spring only item
Grape Vine Planting and Care Guide