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Southern Jewel Muscadine Grape Vine
'Southern Jewel' Muscadine is a unique, self-pollinating cross hybrid of bunch grape and muscadine grapes. As with other grape vines, Southern Jewel produces deliciously sweet dark purple to black fruits held in large tight clusters much like bunch grapes. The taste is excellent and sweet with a crunchy texture. Southern Jewel is an excellent choice for making red wines. Get all the details below

Southern Jewel Muscadine Grape Vine

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Southern Jewel Muscadine Grape Vine
Vitis rotundifolia Mich x  'Southern Jewel'

USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 7a-10b  Find Your Zone >
Pollinator Required?:  No
Ripening Period:  August and September 



Special Attributes

'Southern Jewel' Muscadine is a unique, self-pollinating cross hybrid of bunch grape and muscadine grapes. As with other grape vines, Southern Jewel produces deliciously sweet dark purple to black fruits held in large tight clusters much like bunch grapes. The taste is excellent and sweet with a crunchy texture. Southern Jewel is an excellent choice for making red wines. 



Origin

‘Southern Jewel’ (numbered selection AA11-68) originated from a cross between ‘Granny Val’, a self-fertile, cultivar with large (9-10 g) bronze berries and DB3-63, a self-fertile, black selection with large (8-9 g) berries.




Cultural Preferences

Muscadine vines can grow in a wide range of soils. Highly fertile soils are not essential. Well-drained soils produce the best growth and yields. Avoid soils that are persistently wet during the growing season. The best and most muscadine berries will be produced when vines are growing in full to mostly sun. That said, muscadine vines that receive a little shade will still produce good crops.




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Plant Details

USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: 7a-10b  Find Your Zone
Pollinator Required?:  No
Ripening Period:  August and September
Uses:  Fresh Market, Home, Wine
Fruit Color:  Purple-Black
Fruit Size:  Large
Fruit Taste:  Sweet
Sugar Content:  18-19%
Sun Needs:  Full Sun or Mostly Sun is best, Part Shade is tolerated
Water Needs:  Average
Soil Type:  Clay, Loam, Silt 
Soil Moisture / Drainage:  Well Drained Moist
Soil pH:  6.0 - 6.5



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