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Vitis spp.

Also known as

Grapevine, Grape Vine

Photo by TimTheSnailHunter (All rights reserved)

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy


USDA zone


Minimum temperature

Expected size







3 years to reach maturity


  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Grape Overview

Vitis is also known as Grapevine, this genus contains around 79 hardy, deciduous, woody-stemmed tendril-climbing species. These are grown ornamentally for their foliage, which displays autumn colour when exposed to warm, sunny conditions and also for their edible fruit bunches, commonly called grapes. Flowers are wind pollinated, small, green-white and arranged in dense clusters. This genus is distributed across the Northern Hemisphere and is an economically important plant, grapes are consumed as food and fermented to produce wine and other products.

How to propagate Grape


You can propagate from hardwood cuttings in late autumn.

Special features of Grape

Attractive fruits

Other uses of Grape

Grown for their foliage and fruits (grapes), which are produced in bunches.


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