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90cm 'Black Hamburgh' Seedless Indoor Grape Vine | 3L Pot Soft Fruit
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90cm 'Black Hamburgh' Seedless Indoor Grape Vine | 3L Pot Soft Fruit
Sold out
90cm 'Black Hamburgh' Seedless Indoor Grape Vine | 3L Pot Soft Fruit
Sold out
90cm 'Black Hamburgh' Seedless Indoor Grape Vine | 3L Pot Soft Fruit

90cm 'Black Hamburgh' Indoor Grape Vine | 3L Pot

SKU: FRU0073

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Britain's favourite black indoor grape
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The Highlights

    • The best-known heritage black grape for growing under glass
    • A reliable grapevine, producing large bunches of sweet juicy grapes with delicious flavour
    • Suitable for eating or for wine-making
    • A Black Hamburgh vine was famously planted by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown at Hampton Court Palace in 1768, still producing an annual crop more than 230 years later
    • Can be grown in a large pot or greenhouse bed
    • While Black Hamburgh can be grown outside in warm areas, the fruit won't ripen until late October so it may be damaged by an early frost

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Supplied as:

3L Pot

Height on arrival:

90cm inc. pot

Eventual height:

10m (33ft)

Eventual spread:

10m (33ft)

Tasting notes:

Gorgeously sweet flavour

Time to first crop:

2 years

Hardiness:

Fully Hardy
This grape vine is fully hardy, meaning it will survive under any condition including the occasional snowy winters in the UK

Self fertile:

Self Fertile

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Spacing:

Care Guide

High Disease/Pest Resistance

Grape vines can suffer from powdery mildew in hot, dry weather. Birds and wasps could be problematicMORE

Water Regularly in Summer

Grape vines are fairly drought tolerant, but can suffer from powdery mildew if too dry at the roots. Water thoroughly in dry spring and summer weather to avoid thisMORE

Full sun

Position in Full Sun (6h+)MORE

Well drained soil

Grape vines can tolerate a range of soil types, provided they are free draining. Sandy gravel over chalk is idealMORE

Prune Regularly

The main pruning season for grape vines is early winter, but they need regular pruning and maintenance throughout the growing season to keep them manageable and productiveMORE