When we completed our house in Paradise, one of the first landscaping items was a grape arbor where we experimented with 3 grape plants: Glenora (a seedless red), Interlochen (a seedless white), and an unremarkable pink that left us years ago. The white hangs in there, year after year, and continues to produce one, yes one small bunch of sweet grapes in exchange for an occasional drink.
The Glenora, however, continues to thrive and we put up a couple gallons of juice yesterday. An online nursery describes it as “a mouthwatering medium-size grape with full-bodied flavor and rich aroma. Fine for wine and superb for snacking. Blue-black fruit makes a luscious jelly. Zones 4-8. Planting Tip: Each vine requires about 15 ft. of growing space on a wire trellis or fence with at least 8 hours of sunlight. Produces 25-35 clusters of fruit per vine.”
We did and it does.