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Scientific Name: Vitis vinifera L.
Recommended Temperature Zone:|
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Origin: Asia Minor
Growth Habits: Woody perennial, climbing vine
Watering Needs: Little to moderate water
Propagation: Cuttings, field budding, grafting
Varieties Adapted to the Low Deserts (Sunset zone 13)
Source: University of Arizona: Cooperative Extension
||Maturity Zone 13
||Clusters large to medium in size. Very large, seeded, cherry red berries become reddish black with maturity. Use for arbor or summer house. Spur pruned.
||Berries are black, large, seeded, crisp and sweet. Berry irregular to oval in shape and has large clusters. Ripen in July. Spur pruned.
||Large, black, seedless berry used for table or raisin. Excellent flavor. Ripens in July. Cane pruned.
||Light red, seedless, crisp, sweet berry. Cool nights are required for full color development. Ripens June - July. Spur pruned.
||Pale green, round, crisp, juicy seedless medium sized berry. Larger than Thompson, unique flavor - mild aromatic in flavor. Spur pruned, ripens in June.
||Dark red, sweet, crisp, excellent fresh or raisin. Ripens after Thompson seedless. Chilling requirement of 100 hours, self-fruitful. Ripens in June. Spur pruned.
||Most popular grape. Green, seedless berry, fresh or raisin. Very sweet. Self-fruitful. Chilling requirement of 100 hours. Ripens mid June - July. Cane pruned.
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