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Flame Seedless Grapes Growing In Kitchen Garden Container

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Published on Apr 22, 2011

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I picked up this "Flame Seedless" grape vine about eight months ago at a local nursery. It was a single stock around three feet tall with less than twenty leaves hanging. Almost all the leaves fell off over the winter but I made sure the soil stayed moist and in the last month it has been growing rapidly with new branches and leaves in every direction.



Flame Seedless Grape Bunches

Now, there are over 9 bunches of grapes that have grown down from the vine and I have made a small arbor to support the growth. I transplanted the grapes from their purchased 5 gallon container to a 18 gallon container right away and then a few weeks ago I transplanted again into a 40 gallon container to support the growth and add new active rich compost.

Many online resources suggest keeping this type of grape in full sun and some mention that the "Flame Seedless" also needs a very long summer so I do not expect the grapes will be mature until August. Certainly we will be sure to include more videos during the progress.

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