Choosing the correct types of grapes to grow in your home garden can mean success rather than disappointment. Here is a list of varieties to help you choose what would grow best in your area and meet your needs.
Seedless table grapes
Canadice, a red variety of grape that is suitable to grow in areas that reach zone 4.
Himrod, a white variety that also grows to zone 4.
Mais is a blue grape that is suitable to zone 5.
Reliance, red, zone 4.
Concord, a popular blue variety that grows in zone 4.
Delaware, a red variety that can go to zone 4.
Niagara, a very popular white that is suitable for zone 5.
Ontario, another white variety that also grows to zone 5.
Muscadine, a native Southern grape that is resistant to disease
Carlo, a bronze colored grape that is suitable for zone 7.
Nesbitt, a black variety that is also zone 7.
Noble, a black grape that is zone 7.
Summit, a beautiful bronze grape for zone 7.
Cayuga, zone 5.
Lacrosse, zone 3.
Louise Swenson, zone 3.
Chambourcin, zone 6.
Cynthiana, zone 4
Frotenac, zone 3.
As you can see, there are grapes available for many different zones and uses. If you plan on growing several varieties, consider planting both early and later maturing varieties to extend your season. For more information please check out http://www.hobbyfarmhome.com or your local Extension office.