Grape 'Brant'

£14.99

From Rosebourne

Outdoor
Hardy
Produces crops

Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 2-4 working days

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Outdoor
Hardy
Produces crops
Why We Love It

Vitis vinifera 'Brant' is a deciduous climber covered in lobed leaves.

In the autumn, the plant's insignificant green flowers make way for a crop of small, edible black grapes.

How to Plant

Plant 'Brant' in well-drained chalk, loam or sandy soil with an alkaline or neutral pH. It needs the sun and a medium amount of water.

Into the Ground
  1. Dig a large hole at least twice the size of the plant's rootball.
  2. Loosen the surrounding soil using a fork.
  3. Part-fill the hole and position the plant so the rootball sits just below ground level.
  4. Backfill with soil and firm down.
  5. Water well throughout the first growing season.
Into a Pot
  1. Choose a large container at least twice as big as the plant.
  2. Elevate your container using pot feet.
  3. Fill with soil and make a hole double the size of the plant's rootball.
  4. Position the Vitis vinifera at the same depth it was in its temporary container.
  5. Backfill and gently firm down.
  6. Water well.
Product Details
Eventual Height

1200 cm

Eventual Spread

400 cm

Botanic Name

Vitis vinifera 'Brant'

Light Condition

Full sun

Lifecycle

Perennial

Effort Level

Bit of love needed

Planting time

Spring, Autumn

Location

Border or Bed, Greenhouse, Terrace or Balcony

Current Height

40 - 50cm

Code: SPRTL107601
Delivery
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99
Delivered within 2-4 working days
Estimated Standard Delivery £5.99  ·  Delivered within 2-4 working days

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