Vitis vinifera ‘Boskoop Glory’

Tasty Green, 100% organically grown fruit. This means that only plant and animal materials have been used during cultivation. The pot and the label are made of recycled plastic and are therefore a clean solution for the environment.
‘Vitis Boskoop Glory’ is a well-known and much-used grape variety for the garden. It is a climbing plant that can grow several metres high. You can lead it into all sorts of shapes and keep it very compact by pruning it well. You can easily lead the grape along a pergola or on the wall with bungee cords. The grape first produces inconspicuous clusters of flowers in July-August, after which the blue grape bunches will form. The fruits are blue in colour, juicy with a sweet taste. You can eat them directly or use them to make jam, jelly or wine. The grape plant needs plenty of sun to ripen and loves heat so a south-facing location is ideal. The grapes can be harvested from mid-September onwards. The soil should be well-drained and nutritious and preferably not too acidic, but rather calcareous. Pruning increases the fruit yield and the plant also looks neater. It is best to prune the plant in the period between November and February, but not during severe frost. Prune superfluous side and main branches. This grape variety is Hardy and can withstand temperatures up to -23 degrees without problems.

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Description Vitis vinifera ‘Boskoop Glory’

Tasty Green, 100% organically grown fruit. This means that only plant and animal materials have been used during cultivation. The pot and the label are made of recycled plastic and are therefore a clean solution for the environment.
‘Vitis Boskoop Glory’ is a well-known and much-used grape variety for the garden. It is a climbing plant that can grow several metres high. You can lead it into all sorts of shapes and keep it very compact by pruning it well. You can easily lead the grape along a pergola or on the wall with bungee cords. The grape first produces inconspicuous clusters of flowers in July-August, after which the blue grape bunches will form. The fruits are blue in colour, juicy with a sweet taste. You can eat them directly or use them to make jam, jelly or wine. The grape plant needs a lot of sun to ripen and loves heat so a south-facing location is ideal.

Blue grape

Any good garden soil

Perfect for Pergola, rose arch or south wall

Attracts birds

Specifications

SKU
VIBOGLOR13BIO
GTIN
8719474818999
Brand
Tasty Green
Cultivar
Boskoop Glory
Bot. family
Vitis
Species
vinifera

Max height
300
Location
sun, partial shade
Leaf colour
Green

Bee friendly?
Butterfly friendly?
Climbing assistance?
Edible?
produceert eetbare vruchten
Evergreen?
Fragrant ?
Thorns?
Toxic?

Hardiness zones
Zone 7: -17.8 - -12.2 °C
Cutting period
II
Flowering period
Harvest period

GRASP certification
GRASP
MPS certification
MPS-A+
grown organically?
Min height
45 cm
Potsize
13 cm

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