978 County Farm Rd. NE
Dalton, Ga. 30721
We specialize in the propagation of Muscadine Vines, and Limited Landscape plants.
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Self-fertile muscadine plants are available in bronze, black and red varieties. Self-fertile plants can produce with just one plant. Self-fertile varieties produce more pounds of fruit per vine than the female varieties. However, the self-fertile fruit does not get as big as the female varieties but they do produce sweet, delicious fruit.
On average, a self-fertile muscadine plant will produce anywhere from 60-100 pounds of fruit per vine. The self-fertile varieties also make some of the best muscadine wine.
MUSCADINE VINES GROW BEST IN ZONES 7-9
MUSCADINE (SELF FERTLE) VINES
The Tara muscadine vine produces good size quality fruit. This muscadine is excellent for all uses and is also an excellent pollinator as well. The Tara muscadine vine is disease resisant. Ripens uniformly and mid-season. 17% sugar
The Carlos muscadine vine is a self-fertile variety that produces medium size fruit with good quality. The Carlos muscadine is the standard for white wine. This muscadine vine is vigorous with high fruit yield. Carlos is cold hardy and disease resistant. Ripens early season. 16% sugar.
The Noble muscadine vine is a black self-fertile variety that produces medium size fruit with good quality and large clusters. This muscadine variety is the standard for making red wine. Wineries throughout Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee use this variety to make quality red muscadine wine. The muscadine vine is very vigorous, cold hardy and disease resistant. The Noble muscadine has very high yields. Ripens mid-season. 16% sugar.
The Scrumsious muscadine vine is a self-fertile variety that produces extra large size fruit some as large as a golf ball with good quality. Scrumsious, a newly developed cultivar ripens early, and has a spicy-sweet edible skin it is true to it’s name. Very disease-resistant well for fresh eating or wine production.
introduced by Muscadiones And More LLC 2013
The Cowart muscadine vine is a self-fertile variety that produces fruit that has an excellent flavor with large clusters and medium size fruit. The Cowart vine produces fruit that has edible skin and is very productive, cold hardy and disease resistant, It ripens early in the season. 17% sugar.
The Alachua Muscadine vine is a extremely productive, medium-sized black muscadine with excellent flavor. It is good for fresh fruit and juice. Sugar content 17.5-18.5% Ripens August. Zones 7-9..
SOUTHERN HOME (SF) (Black)
Southern Home Muscadine Vines produce elongated grapes with excellent sweet flavor and a high sugar content (17.5-18.5%). It also has an attractive maple shaped leaf with deep sinuses, that shows its bunch grape heritage. One of the best cultivars! Very hardy, disease resistant. Ripens Aug-Sep. Zones 7-9
Patented 12/19/1994, Expired
The Dixie RED muscadine is a superb red self-fertile muscadine variety containing 17 percent sugar. The Dixie Red muscadine vine is known as one of the most productive varieties available. The vine growth is very vigorous and cold hardy. This muscadine vine produces beautiful large clusters of red fruit, high yields of fruit, with an edible skin which is the most nutritious part of the grape. It ripens mid season and is disease resistant.
Patent Protected 1976, Patent expired
Welder is a medium sized bronze muscadine and is great for producing juice and wine. The Welder muscadine vine is a self-fertile processing cultivar. Plants are very vigorous and disease resistant. When mature the vine can produce on average of 60 to 100 pounds of fruit per vine. very high sugar content (18-19%). Ripens August-September. Zones 7-9.Welder has uniform ripening with a wet stem scar.
FALL AND EARLY WINTER ARE THE BEST TIMES TO PLANT MUSCADINE VINES.
The Southland Muscadine is a black self-fertile variety that contains 17% sugar. This Muscadine produces medium to large fruit with excellent flavor. The vine is vigorous, disease resistant and cold hardy. This Muscadine is also great for jams, jellies and juice. Ripens mid-season.