Grow grapes at home! We have many varieties of seedless grapes available, just take a look below to find your favorites. Our grapes are grown with love on our farm in the heart of the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Choose from a wide variety and order online today, we ship all across the United States.
Grapes have a variety of health benefits, including being a great source of antioxidants, fiber, potassium, magnesium, and vitamin C. Healthy and delicious? Who knew! These delightful little wonders and all their healthy vitamins and minerals can be enjoyed in many ways. A warm grape straight from the vine will surely please your taste buds, or you can enjoy them as jam, juice, wine, raisins, or added to other fruit.
Grapes prefer a light soil with good drainage and moderate to high fertile soil. Space each grape plant about eight feet apart, for optimal growth. Soil should be kept moist the first year after planting but the grapes will tolerate short, dry periods in following years. We recommend applying a balanced fertilizer every spring.
If it is possible, plant grape vines in early spring or winter in full sun and facing south. We suggest pruning back top growth to two or three buds when planting. You can also prune the roots to avoid root clumps in the planting hole.
You can prune your seedless grapes any time from December to February. The first growing season should produce one main trunk from the two or three buds left at planting time. Select the strongest vine for this purpose at pruning time. The second growing season should produce four lateral branches.
You can prune back to one or more main branches, depending on your goal, if you are training them on arbors, trellises, etc. When pruning back vines, always leave a finger or stub with three or four buds. Some light summer pruning may hasten fruit development.
Most grape vines will produce an occasional fruit bunch the first year and will put on a good crop the second year if full sun is supplied.