Prairie Star Grape Vine - Zone 3 - Vigorous and flavourful green grape -

Prairie Star Grape Vine - Zone 3 - Vigorous and flavourful green grape

Prairie Star is a medium sized green table and juice grape with good disease resistance.

HeightAvailabilityPriceQuantitySubtotal
1-2 Feetsold-out$15.00$0.00
Total$0.00

Prairie Star is a light green grape that has a nice flavour with good balance of sweetness and acidity. It is a quality table grape and also makes very flavourful juices. The vine is a French/American hybrid developed in 1980 by Elmer Swenson and released around 2000. It is moderately productive and produces grapes on long, loose clusters. Prairie Star is a vigorous grower and has significant disease resistance other than a susceptibility to Anthracnose. It is self-fertile and hardy to -40 C.

CharacteristicValue
Height at maturityAs high as its support
Spacing1.8 metres (6 feet)
Hardiness zone3 (2 with good snow cover)
SoilWell drained, can be poor soil
Sun / shadeFull sun
Flowering
HarvestLate September
Average fruit weight
Fruit colorGreen
Years to bear fruit3
PollinationSelf-fertile
Latin nameVitis sp. Prairie Star
Average diameter of fruit
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