Enjoy lustrous purple-violet-colored blooms detailed with inner lime green strokes throughout the summer into the early fall months in your outdoor living areas and butterfly gardens with the Grape Ripples, an exciting new variety of grapevine that offers both beauty and functionality in the landscape. This vigorous, disease-resistant vine is hardy in USDA planting zones 6-10 and produces long, rippling tendrils of foliage that drape gracefully from sturdy trunks. The foliage is glossy and deep purple in color and the grape-like clusters of small, sweet grapes are a deep blue-black.
Grape Ripples is a great choice for gardeners who want a reliable crop of delicious grapes but don’t want to sacrifice their garden’s aesthetics. The vine looks beautiful when trained up an arbor or along a fence, and its cascading tendrils create a lush, inviting atmosphere in any landscape. The vine is also perfect for growing in containers, making it a great option for smaller spaces.
Grape Ripples is a relatively easy-to-care for vine, but it does require regular pruning to keep it in check and to promote better fruiting. The vine should be pruned in early spring to remove any winter damage, and then again in summer to shape and contain the vine. The vine should also be fertilized in early spring and midsummer to encourage healthy growth and abundant fruit production.
If you are looking for a beautiful, low-maintenance vine that will produce an abundant crop of sweet and delicious grapes, then Grape Ripples is the perfect choice for you. With its vibrant foliage and clusters of juicy grapes, this delightful vine will add beauty and functionality to any landscape.