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  • Product Code: Indoor / Outdoor Grow Your Own 4 x Grape vine Collection
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Collection 2 x Indoor / 2 x Outdoor Grow Your Own Grape vines

The perfect gift for anyone who loves sublimely sweet dessert grapes or is a wine fan and would love to make their own delicious red, rose or white wines.
  • £48.00
  • Stock Status: Out Of Stock

Grape Vines to your door! We have carefully selected a cross section of what we believe to be the best of wine & dessert grape vines, all grafted to give the very best performance in the British climate.
All of our vines are British grown in the county of Dorset and can be delivered to all areas of the UK.

This collection is a great gift for anyone who loves sweet dessert grapes or for the enthusiastic gardener that wants to make their own delicious wine.     
  • Position - full sun
  • Soil - well drained preferably neutral to alkaline
  • Indoor - two of this collection
  • Outdoor - two of this collection
  • Dessert - all four can be eaten as dessert grapes
  • Winemaking - two are suitable for winemaking as well
  • Seedless - No
  • Pot size when purchased - 3L

Included vines in this collection are:

1 x Grape Vine Chasselas Rose Royal Indoor (Dessert)

An indoor grape vine, producing masses of pale red dessert grapes if grown in an unheated greenhouse or conservatory. The rosy red grapes have a sublimely sweet flavour and are perfect for making your own rose wines and it is also a lovely sweet grape to eat. May fruit in the South of England in milder, sheltered areas if grown against a sunny wall. Will grow in any well-drained soil but add drainage if planting in clay soil.

1 x Grape Vine Muscat D'Alexandria Indoor  (Dessert)

A highly flavoured indoor grape vine, producing masses of large golden dessert grapes, that are gorgeous to eat and have a sweet Muscat flavour and scent, if grown in a greenhouse or conservatory that is given a little heat in spring. Grapes ripen in September. A variety needing a little more work than some; but well worth the effort.

1 x Grape Vine Regent Red Outdoor  (Dessert or Winemaking)

An outdoor grape vine, producing masses of large red grapes that ripen in early October if grown on a sunny site. Sweet dessert grapes are obtained if trained on wires against a wall. With a high sugar content, the deep purple black fruits are known for producing a wine with a high alcohol content and a ruby rich red colour.Very good resistance to mildew. Avoid a waterlogged soil.

1 x Grape Vine Phoenix White Outdoor (Dessert or Winemaking)

An outdoor grape vine, producing masses of golden grapes, ripening in October if grown on a sunny site. Sweet dessert grapes are obtained if trained on wires against a sunny wall. When fully ripe the grapes have a light Muscat aroma and an excellent flavour making them ideal to eat straight from the vine or to produce wine. Excellent resistance to mildew. Will grow in any soil type except waterlogged

PLUS FREE 150g Rootgrow to help you get started.

    Black grapes                                                                                                                        

General Grape Growing Information

Choice of Grape

There are two main things to consider when buying grapes.  Whether you want to use them for eating i.e a dessert grape or for wine making (or both!), also whether you are going to be growing them outdoors or indoors.

Indoor grapes want to be in a structure such as a greenhouse or unheated conservatory. They can also be planted outside in the ground with the trunk and stems trained inside. Vines that are grown in this way rarely need extra watering and are easy to feed and manage.

Outdoor grapes are best grown outdoors, in a warm, sheltered, sunny site, such as a south- or southwest-facing wall,  fence or along wires. Grapevines grow on most soil types, providing it is well drained. When planting a row of vines, a south-facing slope is desirable with the rows running north to south. Avoid frost pockets - frosts can damage young shoots. 

Planting Grape Vines

Read our Instructions here

Pruning and Training Grape Vines

Read more here

Feeding Vines

If in the ground, vines don’t need feeding as such, but benefit from a mulch each Spring with horse compost or garden compost (if using manure from stables, make sure it is straw based and not sawdust based as the saw dust is normally from conifers, which has an acidic effect)

Growing Vines in Containers

Vines can be grown in containers, but they are easier in the ground. 

They need to be in very big containers and may need to be watered daily in dry summers and fed fortnightly with a high potash feed (such as tomato food) in the late Spring / Summer.
Plant in John Innes number 2 and added grit.
Vines do not like to have warm/hot roots, so the pot should preferably be placed where the roots are in shade and the top is in sun.  Also avoid planting in black, plastic pots as they get very warm. 

Fruiting Quantities

Their main fruiting time in the UK is September - October.  Both the timing and quantity of fruit are highly dependant on the variety of grape as well as weather conditions when the flowers are being pollinated (generally June) and setting fruit (from June onwards).  The more sheltered/sunny position you can provide, the better chance you have of them setting fruit.  They generally start to set a 'usable' amount of fruit from their 3rd year of being planted. A general rule for fruiting is: Remove all flowers for the first two years after planting. Allow three bunches of grapes on three-year-old vines and about five on a four-year-old vine – slightly more if growing well. Allow full cropping thereafter


Grapes are ready for picking when they feel soft to the touch and taste sugary. The skins on white grapes often change from deep green to a translucent yellow and become much thinner. The best way to tell when grapes are mature is by tasting them – only when they’re at their sweetest, will they be ready. Cut them in bunches with the stalk still attached.Dessert grapes are best eaten as soon as possible after harvesting, but they will keep for about two weeks if stored in the fridge. Although wine grapes can be eaten fresh, they are better when pulped and made into wine. 

We recommend planting with Rootgrow friendly fungi. We also recommend planting with Bonemeal (see related product below)

We also recommend dusting 3-4 times the first season against powdery mildew. Use Vitax Sulphur Puffer (see related product below) 

Grape vine planting instructions will be provided.

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