Product review for Seedless Pink Reliance Grapes
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- Thursday, April 19, 2007
Reviewed By: Tim (jacksonville, florida)
The Vine came in like a stick. Being skeptical I planted it with great hope. The Vine has been in the ground for about a month . First some new foliage started to show about 2 weeks in. Then yesterday I noticed there are already 3 clusters that have started. I am very IMPRESSED.
- Thursday, July 05, 2007
Reviewed By: Scott (Cedar City, UT)
I was skeptical when what looked like four dead sticks showed up in the mail, but have been pleasantly surprised as each one eventually produced leaves and started growing. They did not show signs of life all at the same time either. I think one took over a month before it showed any signs of life. I am pleased with the grape vines so far, and would caution people to be patient and not give up on their “sticks”.
- Monday, March 17, 2008
Reviewed By: Elizabeth (Cincinnati, Ohio)
I too received what I thought were dead sticks. This was in the spring of 2007. I planted my sticks and waited. Not only did they bloom and grow, one actually produced a cluster of grapes! A friend tried one and now he has ordered 6 plants for his yard. EAsy to grow. I have mine where they get morning light and are shaded by 2 in the afternoon. water well. I am the 'black thumb' in my family and even I can get this to grow!
- Friday, October 10, 2008
Reviewed By: JV (Gladstone, OR)
First year...not much. Second year...WOW. These are the sweetest grapes I ever tasted. I would order more except there are now shipping restrictions to Oregon. :( Buy them you will LOVE THEM.
- Friday, August 14, 2009
Reviewed By: Busy Mom of 3 (Cincinnati, OH)
We love these grapes! I planted them last year and we have grapes this year. We (and all of our neighbors) were surprised by how many clusters were on there this year and talk about sweet. It said they ripen late August, but we had ours by the end of July. The hardest thing was keeping the neighbor kids away from them, but who could blame them the taste was out of this world. Highly recommend this grape vine!