Unfortunately, due to weather and a series of other factors we have had a second year of losses that left us with significantly fewer bare root trees to sell.
With Adam and Jenifer both taking on other jobs to make ends meet in their respective lives, we anticipate being able to offer the few trees we have in December ’23/January ’24.
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Golden Muscat Grape

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These Large and Delicious Grape Clusters are Juicy, Sweet and Flavorful. This Well Adapted grapevine shows strong Mildew Resistance and the seeded clusters produce abundantly every year. The green grapes turn dusty yellowish when perfectly ripe. Great to eat straight from the vine!

Although written about as 'Muscat' as early as 13th century Europe there is evidence suggesting it is the oldest known grape family, with earlier origins perhaps in Ancient Egypt or Persia and going as far back as 1000BC. Great to eat out of hand but famous for its wine, the Muscat uniquely imparts the universally recognizable Floral 'Grape' Flavor and Aroma into Wines even after fermentation. Origins of the name 'Muscat' are unclear but may be from their characteristic Musky aroma or perhaps the old Gulf of Oman town Muscat. This vine was found in Grass Valley. We are not exactly sure which variety of Grape or how old it is, but these grapes are too good, too disease resistant and too well adapted in our Sierra foothills to not include here.

Please Note: We do not ship potted plants individually. It is too expensive, but we will ship them when ordered with other barefoot trees. By themselves, they are only available for pick up in N. San Juan.

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