Grapes - Vitis
A well known hardy variety popular for its blue-black fruits which are used for
juice and jelly. Not good for wine. Hybrid of Vitis riparia and Concord. Good climber to fill in areas where
you need privacy.
A very hardy rose coloured grape that makes excellent wine. Good for
the colder climates as it ripens in mid August.
Vitis 'Kay Gray'
The grape from this vine produces white wine. A good sized grape also good
for fresh eating. Very hardy and productive.
Kee Wah Din
Vitis 'Kee Wah Din'
Johnson hybrid (Oshu X Baco Noir). A small blue grape that ripens in
mid August. Very cold hardy making this grape a good selection for a prairie hardy vine fruit.
King of the North
Vitis 'King of the North'
A hardy grape vine that produces fruit worthy of great juice, wine and table
grapes. Ripens first week of September.
Vitis 'Prairie Star'
A grape vine selection for white wine. This hardy variety is disease resistant
and ripens first week of Sept.
Has the same parent as St. Croix, but more winter hardy and more disease resistant.
Does not do well in drought areas. Make superb red wine from the grapes. Prune to long canes. Ripens first
week of Sept.
A good quality selection for harsh climates. These dark blue grapes are excellent
for making jelly and juice. Good wine after aging for a year or two. Ripens end of August.