The World's First Continually Fruiting Grape
Just keeps producing! RazzMatazz is the world's first continually fruiting grape—and produces tasty, seedless grapes from September to frost!
Gorgeous color and outstanding flavor! The iridescent dark red to purple fruits have a distinct floral aroma and a rich, sweet, fruity flavor. The clusters of small, seedless and tender-skinned grapes are perfect for garnishing cheese plates, adding to salads or packing in children's lunches.
Clusters galore! Most grape varieties only produce 2-3 clusters per shoot. RazzMatazz has produced up to 26 clusters per shoot.
No spraying? Yes! Vigorous vines resist many diseases and insects. In some areas, RazzMatazz can be grown without fungicidal spray.
Years of research! Getting to market started decades ago. The ancestors of RazzMatazz trace back five generations to the first hybrids between the Eurasian Vitis vinifera grape and the native muscadine grape. Grape breeder and North Carolina native Jeff Bloodworth bred and evaluated thousands of grape seedlings throughout his life. In 2007 he discovered the one that is now known as RazzMatazz.
A Gurney's Signature Product! RazzMatazz Grape was introduced to the market by Gurney's and is only available here and through our select partners.
Did you know…RazzMatazz is so unique that it's been given a patent as a whole new grape cultivar! Yes, that's even harder to get than a plant patent.
A tip for Northern growers. Bred in zone 7b, RazzMatazz is recommended for zones 7-9. However, with careful management, gardeners in more northern zones have grown RazzMatazz successfully. They've planted RazzMatazz in huge planters with wheels and moved them to cool, protected enclosures, such as unheated garages, during the winter.
Planting Tip: Each vine requires about 15 ft. of growing space on a wire trellis or fence with at least 8 hours of sunlight. Self pollinating. U.S. Patent No. 9045767.
This item ships in Spring
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