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Fox Grape

Fox Grape 'Catawba' (Vitis labrusca)

Unquestionably a beautiful addition to the garden landscape, ‘Catawba’ grapes are also well known as one of the leading cultivars for American wine and juice. Although the exact origin and parentage of the Catawba grape are uncertain, it’s speculated that the crossing of the…

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Fox Grape 'Concord' (Vitis labrusca)

Named for the town in Massachusetts in which it originated, the Concord grape vine is one of the oldest cultivated American grape varieties. This steadfast and vigorous grower is a preferred choice for home gardeners. Although Concord grapes are grown primarily for fruit production…

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Fox Grape 'Fredonia' (Vitis labrusca)

An outstanding all-purpose variety with large, juicy fruits. The mature grapes are similar in appearance to ‘Concord’, turning nearly black in color when fully ripe. Look forward to sweet flavor with a hint of spiciness. A superb variety for colder climates with short growing…

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Fox Grape 'Himrod' (Vitis labrusca)

Large, loose clusters of seedless, golden yellow fruits with tender skin. This is an American hybrid, well-suited to Northern climates. Flowers are self-pollinating and produce fruit in late summer.

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Fox Grape 'Niagara' (Vitis labrusca)

The most popular white variety! Hardy, vigorous vines are highly productive. Forms large, tight clusters of huge, thick-skinned, green-white grapes. Self-fruitful variety.

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Fox Grape ‘Vanessa’ (Vitis labrusca)

Vigorous vine known for producing generous sized clusters of medium sized, seedless, red grapes with a crisp fruit texture. Although this is a Canadian introduction, plants may require winter protection in areas with severe winters.

Grape, Fox Grape, Concord Grape

Grape, Fox Grape, Concord Grape (Vitis labrusca)

Labrusca grapes, also commonly known as "Fox Grapes", are a North American native plant that has been the basis for the development of many robust grape varieties over the years. Plant breeders have created cultivars that produce red, purple or white berries, and seedless forms are…


Grape 'Suffolk' (Vitis labrusca)

An excellent choice for home gardeners. Produces loose clusters of medium to large, mildly-sweet flavored grapes early to midseason. The grapes have soft, thin skins and are wonderful for eating fresh off the vine.