An easy-to-grow North American native that has everything we desire in a grape, 'Canadice' is self-pollinating, which means you only need one to produce fruit, is easy to grow and cold hardy to USDA Zone 5a (-20F), and it produces scrumptious seedless red grapes that are great for fresh eating or to make jellies, jams, juice and wine! The grapes begin to ripen in August and hold on the vine well for picking through September. High-quality, very sweet flavored fruits on strong, vigorous and disease resistant vines with highly attractive foliage for outstanding texture in the landscape make Canadice a fine selection for growing on arbors, pergolas, fences and other structures that provide support for its vines to twine around. A variety introduced and licensed by Cornell University. Get all the details below!