Grapes: indoor cultivation
Although some varieties of dessert grapes can be grown successfully outdoors, they are more successful under glass, even in warmer locations. With a little attention to watering, feeding, pruning and training, it is possible to get a good crop year after year.
Botanical name: Vitis vinifera and Vitis labrusca
Flowering time: Summer
Fruiting time: Late summer onwards
Planting time: October to March
Height and spread: Variable
Hardiness: Hardy, but they fruit better under glass
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