Grape Himrod - Indoor or Outdoor Almost Seedless

Grape Himrod

An American-bred, seedless white grape, dessert grape Himrod will succeed outdoors in warmer areas if trained against a warm wall, but is far more likely to succeed if planted in a polytunnel or greenhouse. The grapes ripen to yellow, and are quite small, but sweet, and of good dessert quality. Can also be used for wine-making, especially when the summer is too cool to ripen the grapes for dessert use. Ripens in October, but earlier if grown under cover. Grape vines are extremely vigorous and need careful pruning in December and thinning of the grapes for best quality fruit.

All grapes, even ‘seedless’ varieties may have some seeds, but usually these seeds don’t grow to be more than a seed trace.

Site: Sheltered and warm
Soil: Any reasonably fertile, well drained soil
Position: Full sun
Pick: October
Keep: A few days
Hardiness: Hardy
Pollination: Self-fertile
Uses: Eating, juicing, wine-making
Type | Size: Pot | 2L
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