Red grapes for growing in UK gardens
- The ‘Queen Of Esther’ Red seedless grape is one of the tastiest seedless grape varieties.
- When grown outdoors they prefer a sheltered spot in a south facing location and have a climbing habit by their very nature. They can also be grown in a greenhouse.
- They are excellent for the amateur wine producers amongst us and once cropping has finished the autumn coloured foliage is a real ornamental treat.
- Early variety, ready mid September. Sizeable rounded red fruits in well filled bunches with a fresh, juicy flavour. Particularly suitable for the North.
Can grow up to 3.5 m in the right conditions.
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Best Growing Conditions
This vine is best planted in a sunny, warm, position that is sheltered from wind. It grows well in light soil that is free draining and rich in nutrients. The optimum pH is in the range of 6.7-7.2.