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Re: grape vines

Are they American grapes? i.e. Concord, Niagara, etc? If they are, I would be inclined to plant them outside. In my experience, the native grapes are tougher than blazes. I transplanted one in the middle of the hottest, driest part of the summer here. Despite my best efforts, I could see no feeder roots on the plant, yet it made it. I suspect your grapes would not appreciate coddling.
On Mar 27, 2007, at 2:31 PM, Donna wrote:

Geesh- I forgot to ask the question in my last email...

The plant impulse got me while walking thru Sams today. I ended up
buying a set of 4 grape vines which were priced cheap and actually
growing already.

Now I am unsure of just what to do with them... a bit early here to
plant since they have a bunch of leaves, buds, etc knowing that my last
frost date is 2 months away, so some major cold weather could and will
come thru here.

Should I pot them up and carry -in and out-- or leave in a sunny window... or?

thoughts folks?


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