Grape Vines

Concord Grapes

Growing Zone 5-8

Niagara Grapes

Growing Zone 5-9

Summit Muscadine Grapes

Growing Zone 7-10

Fresh grapes are a delicious snack right from the vine, or in juices, jams, and preserves. Our selection of grape vines will provide you with an easy to grow, low maintenance, bountiful harvest, year after year.


Niagara Grape vines produce white, sweet, seedless, juicy grapes. Deep green leaves give way in the spring to clusters of fruit that are ready to eat in mid to late August. Niagara Grapes can be grown on a fence, arbor, trellis, or canopy anywhere in zones 5-9. The vines grow up to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. It is even heat, drought, disease and pest resistant. This vine prefers to grow in well-drained soil in full sun. These grapes are perfect for fresh eating or for juice, jellies and wine.


Triumph Muscadine Grapes are a self-pollinating variety that grows to 12 feet high and 8 feet wide in full to partial sun. This easy to grow winter hardy vine is tolerant of a wide variety of well drained soils, and is moderately drought tolerant for zone 7 to 10. The Triumph Muscadine Grape Vines is a heavy producer that ripens in September to October producing bushels of large sweet grapes that are perfect for wines, jams, jellies and eating fresh.


Our Summit Muscadine Grapes are a commercially popular variety that gives bushels of sweet purple black fruit. This hardy vine is disease resistant and moderately drought tolerant. It is not self-fertilizing so cross pollinating with the Triumph Muscadine Grape vine is recommended. The Summit Muscadine produces abundant clusters on each vine when planted in full to partial sun across zones 6 to 10. When planted in a variety of well drained soils, this vine will grow up to 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. The Summit Muscadine Grape is perfect for wine making, juicing, preserves and jellies, and just eating fresh.