- Early ripening variety
- Seedless, with no tough skins
- Sweet flavor with hints of tanginess
Growing grapes in Northern climates can be a challenge. Red Canadice Seedless Grape, though, stands up to cold winters and sub-zero temperatures. It's the hardiest red grape we've found—and it's flavorful too. The firm, fully ripe red seedless grapes have a wonderfully pleasant tang and no tough skins. Once mature, the easy-to-grow vines produce 35-40 clusters of fruit per vine in late August to early September. It's a great grape for snacking and fruit salads. It can also be made into jellies, juice and wine. Self-pollinating. Zones 4-8.