Grape Fruit Plant
A grape is a fruiting berry found on woody, deciduous vines belonging to the genus Vitis in botany.
A grape is a fruit, technically a berry, of the woody, deciduous vines that belong to the genus Vitis of flowering plants. Grapes come in a variety of hues and shapes. Red, green, and purple are available. Table grapes can be consumed fresh.
Common Name - Grape, Angoor, Draksa, Drakshi, Ona Drakshi, Drake, Uvas, Darakhi
Flower Color -. Yellow/green
Bloom Time - November
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
Planting and care
- The vine shouldn't be permitted to bear fruit for the first two years.
- Before the added weight of the fruit can be supported, it must strengthen its root system.
- Pruning is crucial (important)Without control, vines would proliferate, and canes would only ever bear fruit once. Every year, in March or April when the vines are dormant, prune.
Sunlight - Full Sun
Watering - Keep soil moist throughout the growing season
Soil - Well-drained soil
Temperature - 25 to 35 degree C
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer
Harvest Season - January to May
Grape special feature
In addition to producing delicious and adaptable fruits, grape vines can add drama to a garden or landscape.
The plant serves as an ornamental item.
Manganese and vitamin C are found in grape berries.
For culinary purposes, mature berries and dried berries are employed.
Grapes can be consumed fresh as table grapes or used to make wine, jam, juice, jelly, raisins, vinegar, and other products.
Images are only for reference; the actual product may differ in shape and size.
The product is replaceable but non-returnable.