Features: The wild grape vine climbs with the aid of tendrils. Most grape vines produce deeply lobed leaves similar to the cultivated grape. Wild grapes grow in pyramidal, hanging bunches and are black-blue to amber, or white when ripe.
Exposure: Full Sun.
Size: 10 – 30 feet long.
Planting Guide: Space 3 – 6 feet apart.
Comments: Needs regular watering – weekly or more often in extreme heat.