Muscadine vines ship between late November and late April.
The Darlene muscadine vine is a beautiful bronze female variety that is the most requested at our fruit stand. People will come hundreds of miles to get a box of this delicious fruit. The Darlene muscadine contains 22% sugar and the flavor is unbeatable. Considered by most to be the best bronze muscadine variety available.
The Darlene muscadine produces consistently large fruit that is 1 1/4 inch in diameter. Fruit is bronze that turns pinkish in color as it fully ripens. This muscadine fruit has a dry scar which means when you pick it from the vine and pull it from the stem the skin stays intact and does not split. The pulp is melting and very juicy. Definitely the most excellent quality muscadine fruit available. Disease resistant. Ripens early to mid-season. This variety was named after Bill Ison’s oldest daughter.
NOTE: Female variety that must be planted within 50 feet of a self-fertile variety.
Available Plant Sizes:
2 Year Bare-root – The majority of the plants we grow are 2 year bare-root. The average length of the vines are 2-4′ with an excellent root system.
2 Year Plus Bare-root – These are the largest and highest quality plants that we offer. They have had exceptional growth, have an excellent root system and average 4-6′ foot in length. These vines will be very close to reaching the top wire on your trellis.
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Adding BLUE-X Plant Shelters to your muscadine vines. BLUE-X Grapevine Shelters create a beneficial microclimate for each grapevine. The increased humidity and carbon dioxide levels in the growtubes accelerate plant growth and enhance vine survival. This will increase vine growth up to 150% the first year and will increase fruit yields your first harvest season. As an added benefit they protect young vines from rodents, rabbits and other herbivores.
We offer the only shelter on the market today that takes advantage of beneficial blue light!
It’s a small cost but offers a big reward for your vineyard.
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