Red Canadice are sweet, juicy and easy to grow. Red Canadice are self-pollinating.
Not available in CA, ID, WA, OR.
Light: Full sun
Harvest: Late summer to early fall
Zones: 4 to 8
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Red Canadice Seedless Grapes Product Details
Vitis labrusca x 'Canadice'
Deciduous woody vine
Partial Shade/Full Sun
15 -20'+ vining habit with tendrils
2 - 3'
6 - 7'
5 - 8
6" deeply lobed and rounded, quite ornamental.
Small, 5 petaled, held in narrow panicles. Not ornamental.
Moderate to fast.
A Hybrid cross of Bath x Himrod released by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva New York 1977. It was named after Canadice Lake. Flavor is said to resemble Delaware with a strong spicy taste. Excellent table grape for wine, juice or jelly. Harvest is from mid-August into October.
Follow instructions in the planting guide.
Red Canadice Seedless Grapes Customer Reviews
Produced grapes even during a droughtReview by Samara - Lubbock, TX Posted on 2012-07-05 15:28:27
So I bought one of these about 3 years ago now. The first year with proper fertilization it sprung up and covered a 10x10ft trellis. Last years brutal drought in Texas had me working really hard to protect my garden, Little did I know that this grapevine was producting a small amount of grapes that were extremely sweet. They wernt any bigger than a dime but for over 30 days of 100 degree temps and it STILL produced?? Imagine what it would do with cooler temps. 5 stars from me for being so tough and drought tolorant.
The Red Canadice Seedless Grapes are simple vines that you can add to your home garden collection. The Red Canadice Seedless Grapes produce table grapes that you can use for home-made wine, juice, or even jelly.
The grapes produced from the vine have a strong spicy taste with a flavor similar to Delaware. Canidace grapes were developed from a hybrid cross of Himrod and bath. The hybrid was released in 1977 by the New York State Agricultural Experiment station, and successful cultivation and harvesting has been ongoing since.
The deciduous and woody vines have deeply lobed and rounded leaves that are very ornamental. You can use the vines around a gazebo or along the pillars on your patio area. The white flowers produced are, however, not ornamental as they are held in very narrow panicles. They bloom in early summer, and the self-pollinating flowers produce juicy seedless grapes that are quite easy to process at home. The vines can grow up to twenty feet while vining around support poles and pillars with tendrils.
The red grapes are usually ready to harvest between later summer to early fall. For optimal growth and a good harvest, the canadice grapes do well with partial to full sunlight exposure. Well drained and humus enriched soils also promote good growth. The growth of the vine depends on the growth factors provided during cultivation; however, the general speed is between moderate to fast.