978 County Farm Rd. NE
Dalton, Ga. 30721
We specialize in the propagation of Muscadine Vines, and Limited Landscape plants.
LIVE PLANT LICENSE # 11261
Female variety muscadine plants produce the largest muscadine fruit available. They produce on average around 40 to 60 pounds per vine. That is the average. We have had several of our bronze female vines to produce over a hundred pounds per vine.
Female muscadine plants must be pollinated by a self-fertile muscadine plant. You must have a self-fertile planted within 50 feet of each female variety. One self-fertile plant can pollinate up to 3 females plants. We do recommend planting more than one self-fertile to ensure you get fruit.
Please note: The 2.5 Qt. Vines will be shipped "Bare Rooted".
MUSCADINE VINES GROW BEST IN ZONES 7-9
The Summit muscadine vine is a female variety that produces excellant quality fruit with great production. This muscadine fruit is medium to large size. The muscadine skin is edible. This muscadine vine is a consistent producer with a vigorous vine growth that is very cold hardy and disease resistant. Dry scar. Ripens early to mid-season. 20% sugar.
The Scuppernong muscadine has good flavor with average size clusters. The muscadine vine is vigorous, cold hardy, and good quality. The Scuppernong fruit ripens mid-season. These muscadines have 17% sugar.
The Darlene muscadine vine is a beautiful bronze female variety that is the most requested at our fruit stand. People will come hundreds of miles to get a box of this delicious fruit. The Darlene muscadine contains 22% sugar and the flavor is unbeatable. Considered by most to be the best bronze muscadine variety available.
Patented 4/10/1988, Expired
The Fry muscadine vine is the standard in muscadines. This muscadine produces large fruit with excellent quality and taste. The Fry muscadine has edible skin. This muscadine vine is vigorous and very cold hardy. Disease resistant. Ripens mid to late season. 21% sugar.
The SUPREME muscadine vine is the very best and the biggest muscadine. This black muscadine vine is a very heavy producer with large clusters and dry scar. The Supreme muscadine has a long shelf life, edible skin, and very disease resistant. The Supreme is a must for commercial vineyards. This variety may have a tendency to over-crop so fruit thinning may be required. 22% sugar content.
When mature, this female vine can produce on average of 60 to 100 pounds per vine. A self pollinator vine will be needed to pollinate this female to produce fruit
patented March 11, 1988, patent expired
The JUMBO muscadine vine is a large, black, female cultivar. The fruit must be allowed to fully ripen to be sweet. This muscadine is a vigorous vine that is disease resistant and cold hardy. Ripens mid-season. 15% sugar. When mature, this female vine can produce on average of 60 to 100 pounds per vine. A self pollinator vine will be needed to pollinate this female to produce fruit.
FALL AND EARLY WINTER ARE THE BEST TIMES TO PLANT MUSCADINE VINES.