GRAPE – MUSCADINE (SOUTHERN HOME)

COMMON NAME
Southern Home
Muscadine Grape
BOTANICAL NAME
Vitis rotundifolia
‘Southern Home’
HEIGHT 20′
WIDTH 10′
MONOECIOUS
DECIDUOUS
LIFESPAN Long lived.
Up to 400 years!
COLD TOLERANCE 5° F
SOIL TYPE Well drained
DROUGHT TOLERANCE
Medium
SALT TOLERANCE Low
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS Full sun
FLOWER Green-white flowers
that mature in auxiliary panicles.
MONTH OF COLOR
Spring to Summer
FRUIT Black grapes
COMMENTS Self pollinating.
Great for eating, making juices,
jellies, or for making wine.
Hybrid-crossed with bunched
grapes. Beautiful oak-shaped
leaves. August to November for
harvesting.
PRICE 7 gallon $45, 3 gallon $32