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Seedless Grape - Black / Dark Blue 'Glenora' - 3-4ft Tall Sweet
Seedless Grape - Black / Dark Blue 'Glenora' - 3-4ft Tall Sweet
Seedless Grape - Black / Dark Blue 'Glenora' - 3-4ft Tall Sweet
Seedless Grape - Black / Dark Blue 'Glenora' - 3-4ft Tall Sweet
Seedless Grape - Black / Dark Blue 'Glenora' - 3-4ft Tall Sweet
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Seedless Grape - Black / Dark Blue 'Glenora' - 3-4ft Tall Sweet

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You will receive a mature dark blue / black seedless grape vine about 3-4ft itall in a 2 litre pot.

The photo above is some of the actual plants growing in our polytunnel. They are mature plants and professionally caned and tied up. 

Quick Grape Facts:

  • Self Fertile & Easy to Grow
  • Seedless
  • For eating fresh, wine making or juicing
  • Soft, Juicy and Sweet fruit
  • Dark Blue / Black fruit in late September/Early October
  • Can be grown inside or outside in a sunny corner of the garden
  • Harvest Mid August
  • Hardy down to -20º C- perfect for UK/Ireland 

 

Grape Vine 'Glenora'

This strong variety is hardy to -20º C and offers UK and Ireland customers the chance to grow grapes in their own gardens. Vines yield huge, heavy clusters of juicy, medium to large grapes with deep, blue-black color. Seedless. Ripens in mid August. Self-pollinating.

These grapes can be grown outside in more southern regions of the UK and Ireland. They can be grown in other parts of the UK, but it's best to pick a warm sunny and protected spot, or grow them under cover e.g. glass house or conservatory.