Mars Seedless Grape
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Dark, velvety burgundy-purple like satin ornaments! This decadent color can add so much to the landscape as a single vine can produce enough new growth every year to roof an arbor, arch walkway, or shade trellis! Cut a few bundles of those plum-colored grapes down, stomp your feet, and get ready to sip on some homemade wine this summer! Mars Seedless Grapes is a vigorous grower withstanding powdery mildew & black rot! Beauty, function, and strength! I heard it through the grapevine, that Mars grapes can live for over 50 years in your gardens; I think we are all ready for this jelly!
Grapes, prized for their fruit, surprisingly have ornamental value in the home garden. If not just growing for the fruits, interest can be held with the flowers and foliage that springs up and around the delectable edibles. Summer and fall foliage can be bold and colorful, while the winter shows off the twisting, turning trunks and branches that spread out to hold grapes year after year. Take the time to notice the beauty in a grape plant the next time you pass under an arbor, past a trellis or wall, and enjoy the visual appeal along with the edible appeal that grapes are commonly known for.
Hot summer days have never looked so good! Mars Seedless Grape loves and thrives growing on hot summer days. This seedless grape is a vigorous grower that produces high yields of medium-sized slip-skin grapes. Slip skin grapes are grapes whose skin easily peels from the flesh, making these grapes great for making wine. The flavor of Mars grapes is similar to that of Concord. However, Mars ripens in late September, early October.
Height: 15-20 ft
Width: 15-20 ft
Exposure: Full Sun
Other: One of the most disease-resistant grape varieties
How to Grow
Mars will thrive in soil that is rich in humus, loamy, well-draining with average moisture levels. This grape can tolerate various types of garden soils as long as the soil has good drainage. When planting, you will want to make sure that Mars is not located in a frost pocket or an area that is unprotected from damaging winter winds. This self-pollinating variety can handle harsh weather if located in the Eastern to the Midwestern US. Mars will need special care in terms of training on a trellis, regular pruning sessions, and regular spraying sessions to achieve the highest yields possible.
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