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Dear all I have now planted the fruit trees that I ordered from you, and i am very impressed both by the standard of the trees, as well as the packaging, as it is always a little bit heart stopping when you unpack anything like a tree that has come through the post, but I read what other customers of yours had said first, so I did not worry to much! I look forward to receiving my potatoes in February, and using you again in the future.
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Dear all I have now planted the fruit trees that I ordered from you, and i am very impressed both by the standard of the trees, as well as the packaging, as it is always a little bit heart stopping when you unpack anything like a tree that has come through the post, but I read what other customers of yours had said first, so I did not worry to much! I look forward to receiving my potatoes in February, and using you again in the future.
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Seedless Grapes

Seedless grapes are a cultivar of grape that are generally favoured as 'table grapes' or 'eating grapes', but are also great for use in smooth jams, jellies, juices and preserves. Like all grapes, they are self pollinating, making them easy to grow.

Should you need advice or help on choosing your seedless grape, we are of course here to help!


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Grape Vine 'Flame'

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Seedless Eating Grape. Dark red seedless fruits have a lovely crunchy texture and are full of juice. Suitable for outdoor and protected cropping. Self Fertile.
Available from approximately early December 2015
Supplied as a bare root grafted vine approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including roots.

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Grape Vine 'Lakemont'

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Seedless Eating Grape. Large bunches of medium sized golden yellow grapes have an almost honey, taste. Suitable for outdoor and protected cropping. Self Fertile.
Available from approximately early December 2015
Supplied as a bare root grafted vine approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including roots.

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Grape Vine 'Suffolk Red'

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Seedless Eating Grape. Bright purple-red fruits ripen in early October. Being early and with good Winter hardiness this is an excellent grape for Northern gardeners. Self Fertile.
Available from approximately early December 2015
Supplied as a bare root grafted vine approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including roots.

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Grape Vine 'Flame'


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Grape Vine 'Lakemont'


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Grape Vine 'Suffolk Red'


How To...

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 a train grapes using the Guyot method.

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.

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.