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'Perlette' Grape Vine

A sweet and mild tasting dessert grape

Grape vine

    • A seedless white dessert grape with large bunches of crisp, golden-green grapes
    • Heavy cropping - will ripen outdoors on a warm wall in warmer areas. Grow in a greenhouse or conservatory in frost prone colder areas
    • Can be picked throughout late summer and early autumn
    • Easy to grow and very productive
    • Lobed green foliage turns golden in autumn
    • Mild, sweet flavour perfect for eating fresh

'Perlette' Grape Vine

A sweet and mild tasting dessert grape
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Grape vine

    • A seedless white dessert grape with large bunches of crisp, golden-green grapes
    • Heavy cropping - will ripen outdoors on a warm wall in warmer areas. Grow in a greenhouse or conservatory in frost prone colder areas
    • Can be picked throughout late summer and early autumn
    • Easy to grow and very productive
    • Lobed green foliage turns golden in autumn
    • Mild, sweet flavour perfect for eating fresh

what to expect

Supplied as:

3L pot
3L poly-pot. This plant is supplied in a 3L Poly-Pot, which is approx 19 x 13cm

Height on arrival:

90cm
Your vine is supplied at a height of approx 90cm

Eventual height:

4-8m

Eventual spread:

2.5-4m
This grapevine will spread approx 2.5-4m

Tasting notes:

Sweet and mild

Time to first crop:

2 years
Vines will produce their first fruit in approx 2 years.

Habit:

Climbing
Grapevines have a climbing habit and will need support

Hardiness:

Fully hardy
H5: hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters (-15 to -10)

Self fertile:

Self fertile

Uses:

Eating fresh, juicing and wine making

Rootstock:

Spacing:

1.5m
Plant grape vines 1.5m apart to allow for spreading

how to grow

Good pest and disease resistance

The most common diseases of grapes are fungal. Much of these are controlled with good cultural control. Old plant material can retain fungal spores in soil even over the winter, so it is essential to clean up around the vines after pruning.

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 this.

Full Sun

Plant where the vine will receive around 6-8 hours of sunlight daily.

Any fertile well-draining soil

Grape vines can tolerate a range of soil types, provided they are free draining.

Feed in spring

Apply a general purpose liquid fertiliser in spring in order to promote healthy growth. https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0513/3428/3424/files/pruning_3x_4d3eaf73-f629-45e0-87a5-6f14f5f005fc.png?v=1613300929

For more care tips and ideas visit our Knowledge page

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