For people who love being able to harvest their garden and have a variety of things that can be made with them, why not try muscadine grapes! They aren’t extremely difficult to care for and grow, but may take some space if multiple plants are wanted. Here are some great instructions for growing and caring for muscadine grapevines.
Muscadine grapes are indigenous to Southeastern United States. Muscadine grapevines have been cultured for over 400 years for wine making, pies and jellies.
Growing Muscadine Grapes
Muscadine grapevine planting should take place in full sun with well-draining soil. The vine should be in full sun for most of the day.
Muscadine grape care requires a soil pH of between 5.8 and 6.5. Dolomitic lime may be incorporated prior to muscadine grapevine planting to adjust the pH of the soil.
Plant in the spring after chance of freeze has passed. Plant at same depth or a little deeper than it was in pot.