Grape Vines. Merlot.
The Merlot variety originates in France but is now widely grown around the world. It is a self fertile variety which produces compact bunches of late ripening deep blue-black grapes. Soft flesh has a plummy mellow flavour and seeds are present.
Grape vines instantly bring a piece of the Mediterranean to your garden. Grown in a sunny, sheltered position they will produce bountiful crops of delicious sweet fruits even in the UK.
Perfect as an alternative to conventional climbers, grape vines are much easier to grow than you may think and are also quite happy in containers if space is limited.
Caring for your Grape Vine is easy, remember they are a fruit tree so they will need feeding. Feed with tomato feed every 2 weeks from a month after growth starts in spring until the grapes start to ripen.
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GRAPE VINES. Variety 'Merlot'.
Latin Name: Vitis Vinifera 'Merlot'
Common Name: Merlot grape.
Hardiness: Protect from long periods of severe frost.
Growth: Deciduous ornamental tree with bright green leaves and delicious, compact bunches of blue-black skinned fruit. Soft flesh with a plummy flavour. Late ripening. Self fertile
Sun: Full sun.
Flowering Season: Summer.
Fruiting Season: Late Autumn.
Pruning Time: Early winter.
Soil:Well drained soil, sandy.
Moisture: Water well in summer.
Feeding: Feed a balanced fertilizer from Spring through the fruiting season.
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