Scuppernong Bronze Muscadine Grapevine

$18.95

Scuppernong is the oldest muscadine cultivar. It originates from the Scuppernong River in North Carolina. The berries are larger than those produced by most native vines. At one time, Scuppernong was so popular that all bronze cultivars are called ‘Scuppernongs’ by many people today. However, the term ‘Scuppernong’ actually is the name of a particular cultivar. These muscadines have 17% sugar.

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Description

SIZE: 2-year-old vine

POLLINATION: This is a female variety. Female muscadine vines must be planted within 50 feet of a self-fertile muscadine in order to bear fruit. One self-fertile muscadine will pollinate 3 female vines. A bronze female can be pollinated by a black self-fertile and a black female can be pollinated by a bronze self-fertile.

SPACING: Plant 6-12 feet apart

USES: Fresh Eating – Wine – Jelly – Juice

Climate Zones

USDA PLANT HARDINESS ZONES: N/A

Shipping Information

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We can’t ship Citrus outside of Texas.

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Shipping & handling cost for every 2 trees is $39.50 (some exceptions do apply in an effort to prevent damage, particularly with most citrus trees).