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  • Grape Barlinka

    R100.00

    This beautiful vine was originally imported from Algiers in Africa in 1910. It produces a fairly firm black berry with a tough skin. It is sweet and crisp, a refreshing snack.

     

    This deciduous vine is moderately easy to grow in most soil types.

     

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  • Grape Black Seeded Catawba

    R80.00

    Grape vines are relatively easy to grow and produce an abundance of fruit.

     

    These seeded Black Grape vines produce large sweet grapes.

     

    Grapes can produce fruit during their growing period, however only after 3 years will they produce clumps of fruit.

    Flowers are self-pollinating therefore only one plant is required.

     

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  • Grape Catawba

    R100.00

    The Catawba is a purple-red seedless grape that originally came from America.

     

    It is popular for making juice (frozen juice makes awesome ice lollies), wine and preserves.

     

    The vine leaves can also be stuffed with meat and vegetables and eaten as wraps, while the tendrils make health teas with many benefits. This tea can ease hypertension, the symptoms of menopause, toxins, problems in the bladder and kidneys, high cholesterol and poor circulation. It also has anti-ageing and cancer-fighting properties.

     

    The leaves are green and a little leathery on top with soft, white, velvety hairs on the underside.

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  • Grape Crimson

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    This seedless red grape is elongated and moreishly sweet. The flesh inside is very light-green and juicy – delicious for light snacks or after-dinner treats. It originates from the United States and is a hybrid between a sultana and an emperor grape.

     

    They grow well in South Africa, Chile, Mexico, Greece, Spain and Italy.

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  • Grape Early Sweet

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    This grape is aptly named because it ripens early in the season and has a delightfully sweet taste, with a slightly tangy nuance. It has a Muscat flavour, similar to Hanepoot grapes.

     

    The colour of the flesh is creamy white and the skin is light-green. It is commonly grown in South Africa as well as in Israel, Morocco, Egypt, Spain and Mexico.

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  • Grape Red Globe

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    Red globe grapes are sweet and red with a seed.

     

    Although they have a lovely sweet taste, they’re not syrupy. They have several health benefits too. They contain antioxidants, which fight off many disease, including cancers. They’re also high in vitamins A, B6 and C, as well as calcium, iron, potassium and phosphorous.

     

    In addition, these grapes have antibacterial, antiviral and anti-ageing properties too, making them the perfect choice for a snack or as a juice.

     

    It grows well in the USA, South Africa, Mexico, Spain, Italy, China, and various South American countries.

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  • Grape Ronelle

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    This sweet red grape is large and juicy, with seeds. It has a crisp skin that always gives a satisfying little crunch when these grapes are being enjoyed as a fresh snack. They can also be juiced or dried.

     

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  • Grape Sultana

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    Sultana grapes are one of the most popular eating grapes in South Africa. They’re delicious when eaten fresh as a snack, and are also excellent dried or when used in baking and cooking.

     

    They are seedless, oblong in shape with a sweet, juicy flesh and a light-green skin that has a golden sheen.

     

    It’s believed to have come from Asia Minor (Ottoman Empire) and is also known as the Thompson seedless in the United States, Lade de Coverly in the United Kingdom, and oval-fruited Kishmish in various parts of the United Arab Emirates and Asia

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  • Grape Sunred

    R100.00

    The Sunred Grape is firm crunch and sweet flavour makes the sunred grape a delicious seedless option for a snack, dessert or juice. Or, freeze it and pop it in your wine or G&T as a tasty ice-cube. It is a hybrid grape, produced from combining a Datal and a ruby seedless grape for an irresistible bite.

     

    Its berries are medium in size and the bunches are compact, tightly packed together.

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