Please see our wholesaler’s catalogue for a longer list of vines:
Our grapevines are grafted to avoid the deadly Phylloxera root aphid, which has been reported in the UK recently, and so far has been contained.
GRAPEVINES – INDOOR
|Lakemont Seedless 12.50||Yellow, seedless with good muscat flavour. Resists mildew and downy mildew.Indoor and outdoor cultivation.|
GRAPEVINES – OUTDOOR 12.50
|Boskoop Glory||old highly-rated black/red dessert, considered best bulk producer for UK conditions, did very well in recent poor summers.|
|Regent||New red variety for wine or dessert, inside or out, resists mildew & downy mildew.|
|Phoenix||very large muscat berry, turns yellow when ripe in October, heavy crop. Wine or dessert.|
|Strawberry Grape||Rich flavour with hint of strawberry. Easy to grow. Ripens late September.|
|Triomphe [d’Alsace]||Wine grape, heavy yielding, ripens October, some resistance to powdery mildew, Does well in urban back yards. 13.50|
Solaris white grape recommended for wine in the UK, and also sweet enough for juice or eating.
KIWI £23.00 Perennial vine-like climbers. Need a warm site to crop outdoors but are reliable croppers in the greenhouse. They have attractive foliage and scented flowers so make a good ornamental, with crops outdoors in warm summers as a bonus. Plants are usually either male or female, meaning you need at least one of each gender to get fruit. However our selection is self-fertile, and only one plant is needed for fruiting.
|Solissimo||Self-fertile, likes a warm spot outdoors, or in the greenhouse. Larger fruits than Solo, which it replaces.|
DWARF HOPS £7.00
Prima Donna – reaches 2-3 metres. Out of the East Malling hop breeding project, this new dwarf hop produces excellent cones for brewing as well as young shoots for cooking as a vegetable in early spring. Deciduous climber – stems die down each autumn, but makes a good summer screen. Sold out