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Very impressed with the cherry trees recieved in perfect condition.planted as per instructions.I would like advice, as now I have got them I am told I will never have cherries as the birds always get there first.As the trees max height is 8ft is there some way I can protect them and when is it the beast time to offer this protection. I would be grateful for your advice. Webmasters Reply: Here on the nursery we have found hanging old cd's in the tree the most effective method of control; these must be in place from approximately mid March until after the fruit has been harvested.
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Very impressed with the cherry trees recieved in perfect condition.planted as per instructions.I would like advice, as now I have got them I am told I will never have cherries as the birds always get there first.As the trees max height is 8ft is there some way I can protect them and when is it the beast time to offer this protection. I would be grateful for your advice. Webmasters Reply: Here on the nursery we have found hanging old cd's in the tree the most effective method of control; these must be in place from approximately mid March until after the fruit has been harvested.
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Grape Vine 'Lakemont'

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Vitis vinifera 'Lakemont'

  • Seedless Eating Grape.
  • Large bunches of medium sized golden yellow grapes have a gorgeous, almost honey, taste.
  • Suitable for protected cropping.
  • Self Fertile.
  • Seedless.

Supplied as a bare root grafted vine approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including roots.

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An extremely heavy cropping seedless white grape. The medium sized fruits mature to a golden yellow colour and have a sweet, almost honey, flavour. Prolific and reliable in habit, the bunches of grapes are large and well shaped.

In Southern regions of the UK your grapes should be ready for harvest late September; for more Northerly gardeners we would recommend either choosing a particularly warm and well protected outdoor spot to grow under good protection.

  • Originally from USA.
  • Parentage: 'Ontario' x 'Sultanina' (a sibling of 'Himrod')
  • Late-Season fruit ripening.
  • Winter wood ripening is good - growing under protection (greenhouse, polytunnel or conservatory) is recommended.
  • Can be trained using either the cane replacement method or spur pruning.
  • Self fertile.
  • Fruit is seedless.
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This product is subject to group discount if you are buying multiple products from the same pricing group. Other products in this group are...
Grape Vine 'Flame'
Grape Vine 'Picurka'
Grape Vine 'Rhea'
Grape Vine 'Suffolk Red'
Grape Vine 'Vanessa'
Grape Vine 'Venus'

How To...

How To Plant, Grow & Train Grape Vines
Detailed advice on siting, planting and training grape vines - both outside and under protection. Includes basic pruning advice.

How To Prune and Train a Grape Using The Guyot Method (Video)
An instructional video by Mark Diacono and his 'chum' Trent on how to prune and train grapes using the Guyot method.

Magazine Articles

Not So Sour Grapes
An article on the basics of growing grapes written by Paul Peacock that appeared in the June 2007 issue of Grow It! magazine.

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