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Sweet Lace™

[8812]

$ 17.95

Plant this rare and unique variety and enjoy its unusual and beautiful, finely cut foliage. A French variety grown for both a table grape and for wine production, you can enjoy this beautiful vine all summer and then treat yourself to a harvest of sweet white Grapes with small seeds.

Latin Name:Vitis vinifera ‘Chasselas Ciotat’

Site and Soil:Grapes like full to 1/2 day sun and well-drained soil. Grapes are drought resistant once they are established.

Pollination Requirements:Sweet Lace™ is self-fertile.

Hardiness:Sweet Lace™ is hardy to minus 10°F.

Bearing Age:2-3 years after planting.

Size at Maturity:8-10 ft. in width on fence, arbor or other support.

BloomTime:May

Ripening Time:September

Yield:10-15 lbs.

Pests & Diseases:Sweet Lace™ is not bothered by pests. It can be affected by powdery mildew in wet climates. Sulfur spray is an effective treatment for this disease.

USDA Zone:6

Sunset Western Zone:4-9, 14-23

Sunset Northeast Zone:31, 32, 34, 39

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