Grape vine seed have sprouted.

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Maggie

New Member
#1
I was looking at Bufords grape vines about 2 weeks ago and noticed all these seed. So I took a few and this past thursday I planted some in my peat pots and by monday they were up. I have never been so surprise. Today they are around 6" tall. Has anyone ever started grape vines from seed, if so how much luck did you have with them? I planted some lupine and coneflower seed to. I have 2 lupine that have sprouted but none of the coneflowers have.
 

Randy

Super Moderator
Staff member
#2
I haven't Maggie, but that's obviously how the wild ones grow. If you can keep them long enough to supply grapes and you like them, you can then propagate by cuttings.
 

Crabbergirl

Super Moderator
Staff member
#3
I love grapes and vines. I have one I need to get out of a bucket and in the ground. Imagine 2 carpenters and no arbor LOL!!!
 

Kya D

Active Member
#6
That is so cool I sure hope they "come true". I planted some peach pits one time and they were a really bad throw back no flavor at all.
Your seedlings are darling and really growing fast.
 

Mainegal

Super Moderator
Staff member
#8
awesome maggie
i usually buy seedless grapes, i looked at some grape vines at bj's on tues, i think there was a green and a purple vine in each box for $12 but it's too early to plant them here, still have snow on the ground
 


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