Ison's Nursery & Vineyard is a Third generation, family owned farm. You can buy with confidence from the grower! We have been in business since 1934 and have an A+ rating the Better Business Bureau.
We were one of the first nurseries to begin shipping fruiting plants, trees and berries.
Muscadines are our specialty! In the late 1960's, our dad Bill Ison and Dr. B.O. Fry began breeding muscadines in order to improve size, taste and production. From the fruits of their labor we now have over 22 patented varieties of muscadine! These varieties are considered the best for commercial vineyards, u-pick operations, and the back yard hobbyist.
We have over 45 acres of muscadines in fruit production and a nursery that offers over 200 varieties of fruit, nut and berry plants.
Although we specialize in Muscadines, Blueberries and Blackberries, we also offer you what is in our opinion the best tasting fruit and nut trees available.
|January 4 – March 31||Monday – Friday 9:00am– 5:00pm
Saturdays 9:00am– 1:00pm
|April – July||Monday – Friday 9:30am– 4:00pm
|August – December||Monday – Friday 9:30am– 4:30pm
Call for Saturday hours
Call for Fruit Stand hours in Sept.
We are closed
New Years Day
Thanksgiving (call for Thanksgiving week details)
Christmas (call for Christmas week details. We typically close the day before and the day after)
Call us toll free at (800) 733-0324
Local (770) 599-6970
Email us at: email@example.com
Our address is:
Ison's Nursery & Vineyards, Inc.
6855 Newnan Road
Brooks, GA 30205
Yes, you can. We primarily ship plants but you are always welcome to stop by to pick up plants.
Ison’s really does care about our customers and takes pride in the quality of our products. If you don’t find the information you need here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 800.733.0324.
1. We guarantee our stock will arrive to you in a live, plant-able condition or we will replace at no charge if we are notified within 7 days of receipt. If the packaging has been damaged, it is important for you to contact both us and Fed EX or USPS.
2. We guarantee our stock to be true to name.
3. Since the growth of nursery stock is determined to a large extent by the care it receives from the planter and grower, due to conditions beyond the seller’s control, including but not limited to soil and weather conditions, we cannot and do not warrant and guarantee growth. We will replace* at 1/2 the purchase price any plants that do not live or leaf out the first year. We must be notified in writing by July 1st following planting and provided that the plants were not injured by improper use of chemicals, fertilizers, fumigation or buyer’s negligence. Email us at email@example.com
Patent Plants: All muscadine plants that are patented and copyrighted cannot be propagated for any reason, for self use, for resale or for breeding work without direct written consent from Ison’s Nursery & Vineyards. Anyone found in violation will be prosecuted. All muscadine varieties developed at Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard are copyrighted and trademarked.
1. For plants ordered and planted between November and March 31st allow time for the plants to leaf out. For most Fruiting plants this could be into late April.
2. To see if the plant is alive use your fingernail and scratch the plant near ground level – if the plant is green – the plant is still alive and should leaf out – continue the fertilizer program and water them.
If the plant is brown – or if the plants do not leaf out – you have until July 1st to notify us in writing and we will replace the next shipping season per our warranty on page 29 of our catalog. (1/2 price)
In general, Muscadines are among the last plant types to leaf out in the spring.
They have a low chilling hour requirement in the 200-500-hour range. However, they have a very high heat accumulation requirement in the spring before they will break bud and grow. This characteristic keeps the plants dormant many times until late into the spring.
Please notify us in writing of any losses.
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may fax us at: 770.599.1727
Or mail to:
Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard, Inc.
PO Box 190, Brooks, GA 30205
To see if a plant is alive use your fingernail and scratch the trunk / bark of the plant.
If the plant is green the plant is still alive. Prune off any dry brittle ends.
We ship Priority Mail and FedEx Ground.
It depends on the size and weight of your order. If you provide an email address you will receive an email with the tracking number and date of shipping.
We ship USPS Priority Mail and FedEx Ground. We try to keep shipping costs as low as possible.
Shipping Rates and Information
|Order Total||Shipping Charge|
|$16.01 – $50.00||$15.95|
|$50.01 – $75.00||$17.95|
|$75.01 – $99.00||$19.95|
|$100.00 – Up||20% of total|
Note: Additional shipping charges apply for 9 gauge wire and drip tubing. Please add $10.00 per roll for tubing and $5.00 per roll of 9 gauge wire. Orders that require multiple shipments may incur additional shipping charges.
Yes. You may print them here.
We are certified to ship muscadine vines to California. (100% void of soil)
We do not ship any other plants or trees to California.
Chill hours are the number of hours below 45 degrees in the winter. Fruiting plants need to rest during the winter and you will notice how many chill hours a plant requires in the description.
Caliper measures the thickness of the trunk of a tree. Most of our trees are 4-5' tall with a 1/2" caliper. Meaning the trunk is 1/2 thick.
The caliper of the tree is more important than the height of the tree.
A bare-root plant or tree is one without soil around the roots. Our plants and trees are either field grown or grown in a container. Fruit, nut and berry plants are planted in the winter time while the plant is dormant. When we ship bare-root plants we remove the soil and add a moisture gel around the roots to keep them moist. The plants are not actively growing and no stress is placed on the plant.
They will be ready to wake up in the spring at their new home.
We do not attempt to capture any personal information as part of your visit to this site. Personal information you provide (name, address, credit card number and email address) is used for purchases only and will not be sold or distributed to any other parties
For changes to an order placed online, via mail or fax, please email us at email@example.com
or call us at 800.733.0324 and we will be happy to assist you.
The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Zone information is included in the description of each plant that we sell.
Yes, you may order online at Gift Certificates
Or call us at (800) 733-0324.
Muscadine grapes are native to the southeastern United States. Muscadines ripen from late July through mid October. They will often be on the vine until the first fall frost comes. They are large, thick-skinned and seeded grapes that grow in small, loose clusters and are often harvested as individual berries. They can be bronze, red or black in color. And they are sooooo delicious! A true southern treat. Georgia is the largest grower of muscadines with about 1200 acres in production. North Carolina is a close second.
Though they still grow wild, most of today’s muscadines and scuppernongs are grown in commercial vineyards. Harvest season is typically August through mid-October.
One of the most common questions we are asked is….What is the difference between a muscadine and a scuppernong? Many people in fact consider any bronze muscadine to be a “scuppernong” But this is actually not true.
“All Scuppernongs are Muscadines, but not all Muscadines are Scuppernongs.” The name Muscadine is a broad category of grape that includes many varieties of both bronze and black grapes. Both bronze and dark varieties taste great and make wonderful jams, jellies, pies, juices and wines.
Scuppernong is “one” variety of a muscadine that happens to be bronze. With Scuppernong being one of the oldest and most popular varieties, the name is sometimes used to refer to any bronze variety of muscadine. There are now many other varieties of muscadines used both in wine production and for fresh eating.
Yes we do. Muscadine instructional videos.