Grape - Niagara
The Niagara Grape (White), Vitis labrusca 'Niagara' , is a seedless grape that is commonly used for wines, champagnes, jams/jellies and juice.
The Niagara grape was introduced in 1868 and has a very sweet taste that makes it perfect to serve fresh on the table.
Niagara grapes are the leading green grape grown in the United States. Most American consumers recognize the Niagara as the source of most white grape juice.
The Niagara grapes are very cold hardy, thriving in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5 to 8, and will produce vigorously for 20 years or more. The best planting area for grape vines is where they receive full sun with good air circulation. It is best to provide young plants with some wind protection.
Train them on trellis, pergolas, or around patios. Grape vines require a deep soil that drains well.
Keeping a pH level of 5.5 to 7.0 is ideal. Excessively wet or dry soils should be avoided. Work the soil to remove weeds and add humus such as peat moss, compost, or aged manure to improve soil quality.
*Green Seedless Grape
|Mature Height||15 - 20 feet|
|Moisture||Average, Well Drained|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|