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Seedless Pink Reliance Grapes
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Seedless Pink Reliance Grapes

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Extreme Cold Cant Stop It

Sugar-sweet, rosy fruit is big and plump, perfect for snacking. Cold-hardy vines take sub-zero temperatures. Ripens in late August; produces 40-50 clusters per vine. Highly disease resistant. No. 1, 1-yr. vines.

Planting Tip: Each vine requires about 15 ft. of growing space on a wire trellis or fence with at least 8 hours of sunlight.

Zones: 4 - 8 (-20° F.).
Height: Varies
Shade Requirement: Full sun.

Seedless Pink Reliance Grapes
08499 Quantity Price
For each offer ordered, get 1 plant.
$14.99

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Seedless Pink Reliance Grapes Product Details

Botanical Name: Vitis labrusca 'Reliance'

Height: Varies

Spacing: 8 - 15 feet.

Depth: Same as in the nursery.

Spread: 20 feet.

Sun/Shade: Full sun.

Pollinator: Self-pollinating.

Yield: 20 - 40 pounds.

Color: White/green.

Foliage: Dark green foliage.

Blooms: May.

Fruit: Round, medium size, firm, seedless, pinkish-red fruit, Pink Reliance is not a slip skin variety.

Form: Vine.

Soil Requirements: Moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil.

Pruning: During late February or March, proper pruning will help maintain a grapevine's potential of producing a good quality fruit crop, develop good vine structure, increase sunlight exposure into the canopy, promote the development of next year's fruiting wood, and potentially reduce disease and insect pressure.

Size: 1/16 - 1/8 inch.

Comments: Large, well-filled clusters. Fruit has a tender skin and flesh with melting texture. Fruit has an outstanding, mild fruity flavor with high sugar content. Vigorous, productive, dependable vine. Somewhat susceptible for black rot. Stores up to 3 months. Resists anthracnose and mildews. American grape. Train on arbor or trellis. Developed in the North. Best for Northern climates for seedless grapes. Tends to produce some type of seed if grown in climates above zone 6.

Unable to ship to: AE AK CA GU HI ID OR PR WA


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2014-08-26
Lucious, but not hardy
Reviewed By: Liz (Madison, WI)
I ADORE these grapes for snacking right off the vine. In fact, I used to eat so many when I was a kid, I would get sick on them. However, despite the boast that these grapes can take sub-zero temperatures, I've found that they die back fairly easily (so I give 4-stars, not 5). I keep re-training them up, however!


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2011-09-01
The best eating grapes
Reviewed By: Ronnie O'Brien (Shelton, NE)
I ordered these grapes from Gurneys about 13 years ago. They are wonderful to eat, and make beautiful, sweet jelly!


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2011-04-06
Waiting on grapes this year!
Reviewed By: Kevin Bruch (Charleston, SC)
Planted these last spring and they took off. We didn't get any grapes last year but they are already coming on the new growth this year. It is loaded. Looking forward to seeing how they come out.


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2010-05-13
Nice
Reviewed By: greg (se, kansas)
planted these grapes and they took right off and are very healthy looking plants


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2010-04-23
Beautiful
Reviewed By: Rj Roberson (Aptos, Calif)
Got the grape last year and stuck it in a pot since I didn't know where I wanted to put it. Did great in the pot and planted it in the ground and it's totally taking off. Strong healthy plant.


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2010-03-14
Wonderful give this a try
Reviewed By: Jessica (Durham, North Carolina)
I received this and it looked like a bunch of twigs. I went to plant it and was suprised at how long the root system was. I felt like I had to dig a hole to china! The roots were about 2 feet long! I got this planted and within in a few days my twig had started show growth! I am very excited to watch it continue to progress and hope to see and try some wonderful grapes in the near future!


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2010-03-05
More than I expected!
Reviewed By: Kristopher (Antelope, CA)
I just planted my grape yesterday. I just want everyone to know the high quality of the plant I received. A very healthy and vigorous plant. Large root system, and ready to go!


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2009-09-13
Very Pleased
Reviewed By: LR (Eagle Mountain, Utah)
I ordered these 3 years ago and got the 'sticks' described here by others. They grew well that summer and were then chewed down to nubs by overzealous puppies. I didn't know if they would come back, but the next year they leafed out and grew well, despite the damage. This year I picked a dozen good size clusters off of the vines. They are small grapes but sweet and delicious. True seedless, the skin is thin and tender not tough like concords. Our soil here is pretty lousy, too, with high winds. The vine has done far better than expected. I'm ordering more. Thanks, Gurneys!


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2009-08-14
Wonderful taste
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!


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2008-10-10
Wonderful Grapes
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.


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2008-03-17
Be patient
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!


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2007-07-05
Pleasantly Surprised
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.


Seedless Pink Reliance Grapes
08499 Quantity Price
For each offer ordered, get 1 plant.
$14.99

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