Red Canadice are sweet, juicy and easy to grow. Red Canadice are self-pollinating.
Not available in CA, ID, WA, OR.
Height 8 - 10 feet
Bloom Time Harvest in mid-August and can be picked through September.
Light Requirements Full Sun
Ship As 1 YEAR BAREROOT
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Vitis labrusca 'Canadice'
Height:8 - 10 feet
Ship As:1 YEAR BAREROOT
Spacing:6 - 7 feet
Spread:24 - 36 inches
Light Requirements:Full Sun
Foliage Type:6" deeply lobed and rounded, quite ornamental, dark green foliage.
Bloom Time:Harvest in mid-August and can be picked through September.
Flower Form:Small, 5 petaled, held in narrow panicles. Not ornamental.
Planting Instructions:Plant at the same level as the soil so the crown of the plant is even with the soil level. Don't bury the crown. Each vine requires about 15 feet of growing space on a wire trellis or fence with at least 8 hours of sunlight.
Pruning:During late February or March, proper pruning will help maintain a grapevine's potential of producing good quality fruit crop, develop good vine structure, increase sunlight exposure into the canopy, promote the development of next year's fruiting wood, and potentially reduce disease and insect pres
Winter Care:A winter mulch is advantageous in colder climates.
Additional Information:Long, large, well-filled clusters 6 - 8 inches long. Fruit has a spicy flavor with outstanding quality. Keeps long on the vine; long harvest season. Medium resistance to black rot. Somewhat susceptible to mildews. Cold-hardy choice for the North. American grape. Train on arbor or trellis. Developed in the North. Best for Northern climates for seedless grapes. Tends to produce some type of seed if grown in climates above zone 6. Firm, fully ripe red grapes have a pleasant tang and no tough skins. Flavor is excellent. Produces 35 - 40 clusters of fruit per vine in late August - early September. Tolerates sub-zero temperatures.