Pépinière Jasmin | Jardin Jasmin

Berries

VIGNE A RAISIN LUCY KULMANN

This variety bears blue fruits late in August. These are good for fresh consumption or for wine. Prune counting 2 buds from main stem, early in November. Plant in a sheltered area, away from cold winter winds. MUST be treated preventively with a fungicide (sulfate). In fall, protect the base of the plant with mulch.

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VIGNE À RAISIN MAGENTA

Table grape vine producing beautiful clusters of blue grapes, quite sweet with a taste of berries like blueberry and black raspberry. Maturity at the end of September. Also used for wine. In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental uses (fence, arbour and trellis): control pruning only.

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VIGNE A RAISIN MONTREAL BLUE

This variety is offering large clusters of big blue seedless grapes. Good for fresh consumption and juice. Plant in an area protected from the winds. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use; control pruning only.

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VIGNE A RAISIN NIAGARA

Large sweet white grape for fresh consumption. Comes to maturity by the end of September. Plant in an area protected from the winds. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use; control pruning only.

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VIGNE A RAISIN PRAIRIE STAR

Golden yellow grape for fresh consumption and for wine. Prune in November or in spring, after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use: control pruning only.

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VIGNE A RAISIN SOMERSET

Bright red grape, very sweet with a strawberry and spicy taste. Early crop. Plant in an area protected from the winds. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. For ornamental use; control pruning only.

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VIGNE À RAISIN TANGO

Vigorous vine, very resistant to fungal diseases and producing yellow-green fruits containing small seeds. Those fruits, very fragrant and succulent at maturity are harvested in mid-September.
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VIGNE À RAISIN TROLLHAUGEN

Very good table grape, sweet and tasty . Blue fruit, almost black, high productivity. Early harvest. Prune in November or after the hatching of the buds (when the leaves are well formed). In order to produce grapes, keep 4 buds per new stem. Control pruning only.

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VIGNE A RAISIN VANESSA SEEDLESS

Grape variety producing medium-sized, seedless fruits, one of the best red grapes to eat fresh. Its sweet, fruity and spicy flavor, its firm pulp and its adherent skin make it a high quality grape. The plant has good disease resistance but will need to be protected to survive our winters.

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