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Triumph Muscadine Grapes

Vitis rotundifolia

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Enjoy a Plentiful Harvest Every Year

Plump, Delicious Grapes
The Triumph Muscadine is a mid-season ripening grapevine that will produce more grapes than you'll know what to do with! Expect very large grapes to ripen around August and continue through September.

Maintenance Free
You don't have to be a master gardener, but you'll sure look like one. The best part: no work is required to get a beautiful vine and large harvest of grapes year after year. It's cold hardy so even northern states - some up to Zone 7 can grow this vine with ease. It's disease resistant, therefore, no harmful sprays are needed to keep pests away.

Unlike many grapes, the Triumph is self-pollinating, so you don't have to plant a partner for pollination, although, their so beautiful and prolific, you'll most likely want more than one!

Preferred Grape for Wine
Winemakers love the Triumph because of its robust, juicy flavor. You'll love it too. If you're a wine connoisseur, you may want to try your hand at making your own wine at home. After all, you'll have plenty of grapes, and this is a sure way to enjoy them throughout the year. You can also preserve them and have plenty of jelly and jam. Nothing tastes better than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich made with your own jelly. Of course, these grapes are perfect to pick right off the vine for convenient snacking.

One of the most healthy fruits you can eat. Triumph Muscadine grapes are packed with vitamins and anti-oxidants.

A Beautiful Plant
While the grape production is impressive, you're likely to appreciate its beauty just as much! Plant it to wrap around a trellis right outside your window. Or watch it wind its way across an above-patio arbor. These will even do well grown in a container. It adds a touch of splendor wherever it resides. You'll look forward to seeing it grow year after year.

Order now and expect delicious sweet grapes the first season!

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Product Details

    Mature Height:12 ft.
    Mature Width:5-8 ft.
    Sunlight:Full Sun
    Growth Rate:Fast
    Harvest Time:August - September
    Year to Bear:Can Fruit the 1st year!
    Botanical Name:Vitis rotundifolia
    Does Not Ship To:AZ,ID,OR,WA
    Grows Well In Zones:7-10 outdoors
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    Growing Zones: 7-10 outdoors

    (hardy down to 10℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos


    Based on 49 reviews

    Lois S.
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    Grape plant

    Soo far my grape plant is theiving!

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    Beautiful vine. Wasn't thick yet,

    Beautiful vine. Wasn't thick yet, but had several branches with buds for leaves and a few small leaves growing. Very pleased with this purchase they look very healthy. Got them in the ground this evening.

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    Won't be long

    Vines arrived bare (winter) but appear ready to thrive in the spring with all of the little buds.

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    Marites M.
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    Plant arrived health and intact. Shipped and well packaged. Vine grew fast and we are expecting a crop year after purchase. We could not have been more pleased. We are hoping fruit is as sweet as I have read.

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    3 years old and has almost covered a 12' high pergola

    I have two of these vines growing at corners of our pergola. They were planted 3 years ago and the top of the pergola will be totally covered in another month or so. We look forward to being able to eat dinner there protected from the sun.

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