Mars Seedless Grape
Vitis labrusca x vinifera 'Mars'
Prohibited to CA, OR and NY
A blue, seedless, slipskin grape with an excellent Concord-like flavor that ripens in late September/early October in the PNW. Slipskin varieties are characterized by soft flesh and tough skins that separate readily from the flesh, hence 'slipskin'. Great for fresh eating, it is a vigorous vine, a consistent and heavy producer and disease resistant. From the University of Arkansas. Grows in USDA Zone 5-9.
A grapevine can be both a highly productive source of fruit and a focal point of considerable beauty. Think carefully about where to plant one to provide shade, cover a wall or accentuate an arch. We offer grapes most of which will ripen even in areas with cool summers. The ripening dates listed are for the cooler parts of Western Washington, but most ripen sooner and thrive where summers are warmer.
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