The seedless, violet-blue table grape Jupiter (cross parent: A-1268xA-1762), originating from the USA, produces medium sized loose grapes. The medium sized crisp berries are oval and very tasty with a muscat aroma. The early ripening, delicious fruit, can be harvested from about mid-August. Its attractive and dense foliage is perfect as a wall or pergola planting. A rarity in Germany! Special feature: no wasp infestation of the ripe berries.
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This product will be released at 1 September 2022
Table grape - Jupiter - seedless
The violet-blue seedless table grape Jupiter originates from the USA. It is a cross between the A-1268xA x 1762 grape varieties. The medium sized grapes bear oval, medium sized and crunchy berries with a very tasty muscat aroma. The berries of this particular grape variety are not on the menu of the often annoying wasps. Therefore, there will be no wasp infestation here.
This vine has a strong growth, is very robust and has exceptionally good frost hardiness to about -26 degrees. The fungus resistance of the vine Jupiter is also very good. In addition, it has a high fertility. This table vine is a rarity and should not be missing in the assortment of a grape lover.
Depending on the sunshine, the early ripening grapes can be harvested as early as mid-August. The table grape promises a high yield.
The decorative, foliage is well suited as pergola greenery and is sure to be a decorative addition to your garden.
The delivery of the grapevine (annual grafting) is in a 10 cm pot. The plant already has a height of 80 cm when delivered.
The table grape can be planted in normal garden soil. This grape variety can be described as uncomplicated. It is suitable even for not quite ideal locations. However, if possible, a sunny location is always advantageous. As with all climbing plants, a suitable climbing frame or trellis is optimal for the vine.
Avoid waterlogging if possible!
|Botanical name:||Vitis vinifera - grapevine|
|Fungal tolerance:||very good|
|Ripening:||very early - mid August|
|Berries:||medium-sized, crisp, ovoid|
|Bunch of grapes:||medium|
|Flavour:||muscat flavour, very flavourful|
|Soil requirements:||well drained, any ordinary garden-soil|
|Pot size:||10 cm|
|Plant size:||approx. 80 cm|
|Special features:||rare variety, ideal for growing on a pergola, kein Wespenbefall|