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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Italian Seedless Grape

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These Delicious Seedless Green Grapes come from a 100+ year old Vine in Goodyears Bar, CA. As great as, if not better than most modern varieties available today. Similar in many respects to the 'Kish Mish' aka 'Sultana' aka 'Thompson's Seedless'. Every year this vine throws out numerous large clusters of medium size seedless grapes. Ripens Late August through Mid September at 2700'. When ripe they turn from green to a dusty yellow like the small cluster on the right in the profile picture.

This unknown variety is stewarded by Local Historian Cy Rollins who runs a small museum in Goodyears Bar which is open occasionally on weekends. This Grape has been popular with locals in the neighborhood. There was an old gentleman who grew up in the area and knew the variety name, but has passed away. He told several people the name, but it was hard to pronounce. Folks just know it as the "Old Italian Seedless Grape." Our Friend Feather is going through old notes to see if she can find the name written down somewhere.

Goodyear's Bar Museum Information

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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