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Everst Grapes

tlbluestone

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Anyone growing Everst grapes? I ordered some from DoubleAVineyards for only $12.50 a vine plant for spring delivery. The grapes are to be 3 grams each when mature and seedless table grapes plus they are a Concord type but as already stated they seedless. I just wanted to share this information because I like a variety of fruit.
 

Shaft

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Sounds good. Do you know how they do in humid weather? I know a lot of grapes are vulnerable to diseases in my climate but I'm def. interested.
 

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Shaft, By what I understand is that this is an outstanding grape variety developed over many year's in New York state. The nursery listed is the sole propagation company. I grow several varieties here in PA and I'm going to add this one to my collection. Actually 1 ordered 2 of them along with raspberries and another elderberry plant.
 

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Shaft, By what I understand is that this is an outstanding grape variety developed over many year's in New York state. The nursery listed is the sole propagation company. I grow several varieties here in PA and I'm going to add this one to my collection. Actually 1 ordered 2 of them along with raspberries and another elderberry plant.
I just got my hands on one too :)
 

Rigo007

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I wish I could grow them here. We have a type (like a copycat) we can grow here but it's nothing like a real grape. Hope that new one does well for you.
 

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