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Thompson Seedless Grape Vine
Vitis vinifera 'Thompson'
These are in fact the same green seedless grapes that you see in your local supermarket! Now you can grow them at home and enjoy the lovely shade they can provide when grown over an arbor or trellis. Make sure to prune properly in order to ensure a successful yield.
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|5 Gallon Pot||$59.95||
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Thompson Seedless Table Grapes are a perfect addition to anyone's garden. These vines will grow very quickly along any trellis, fence, or arbor, making them simply perfect for summer shade in hot climates, or to decorate an arbor frame over your outdoor seating area. The delicious green table grapes are an added bonus to these handsome vines. Thompson Seedless Grapes are some of the most most popular table grapes available so with a good pruning routine, you can have the same grapes at home as are sold at your local grocery store.
|Mature Vine Length:||20 to 35 Feet|
|Mature Width:||4 to 5 Feet|
|Flower Color:||White, inconspicuous|
|Foliage:||Green, deciduous perennial|
|Soil Condition:||Average well draining soil|
|Water Requirements:||Moderate, only needs infrequent deep waterings once established|
|Uses:||Fruit producing garden plant, trellises, arbors|
How to Care for Thompson Seedless Grape Vine
Before you buy a Thompson Seedless Grape Vine, make sure to read about the recommended care instructions to keep this plant healthy and thriving.
What is the best light for Thompson Seedless Grape Plants?
Thompson Seedless grapevines like the heat and need full sun, at least 7 to 8 hours of sunlight. They also prefer areas that do not have a lot of wind, and can handle cool temperatures down to 5 degrees Fahrenheit. It's important to prune some leaves before the grapes grow so that the larger leaves don't block too much sun from lower bunches.
How often should I water Thompson Grape Vines?
An established grape vine does not have huge water requirements, and overwatering them can cause issues. When you first plant your Thompson Seedless Grape Vine, give the soil around your new plant a good, deep watering. Then, check for the next day or so to see how quickly the soil in your yard drains. If you need to water every two or three days to keep the soil evenly moist, then do so for the first few weeks. Depending on the weather and climate in your area you may need to water less frequently, or more in extreme heat. Once your plant has a more established root system, you will not need to water very frequently.
Do I need to prune grave vines?
Thompson Seedless Grape Vines do require a certain amount of regular pruning - this will help encourage the growth of larger grapes, create a good leaf to cluster ratio, allows sunlight to reach lower areas of the vine, and increase airflow between the leaves. It's best to do major pruning when your vine is dormant, in late winter or early spring before growth begins. Then, after your grape has bloomed, another round of pruning leaves and clusters will help your grapevine focus its energy. Thompson Seedless Grape Vines are considered very fast growing vines, so pruning to shape and guide your vines is necessary so that they stay on their support structure.
Should I use mulch when planting my Thompson Seedless Grape Vine?
Yes, a good two to four inch layer of organic mulch will help your Thompson Seedless Grape Vine immensely. This will help regulate the temperature around the roots, help prevent weeds from growing and stealing resources, and will break down over time and add nutrients to the soil. This is why we recommend organic hardwood or cedar chips, depending on your local availability. Make sure to keep the mulch at least 1 inch away from the trunk of your vine, in order to not inhibit any growth.