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Triumph Grape Vine
Growing Zones: 7-10
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Mature Height: 12 ft.
Mature Width: 5-8 ft.
Sunlight: Full to Partial Sun
Spacing: 6 ft.
Cannot Ship to: AZ, ID, OR, WA
Plant Directions: Sent with Order
This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Triumph Grape Vine


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Triumph is a Muscadine grape that is blushing bronze in color and oh so sweet. Native to the southeastern United States, the Triumph Grape Vine thrives in a warm, humid climate, but is surprisingly cold-tolerant for a Muscadine as well. This is a versatile plant that makes even the novice gardener look like an expert.

The Triumph Grape vine is vigorous and sturdy, drought-tolerant, pest and disease-resistant, and so trouble-free that it practically cares for itself. You'll never have to use any harsh chemical sprays or pesticides on this plant.

Triumph Grape Vines may be grown against a fence, on a trellis or arbor or as a canopy for your patio to create an exotic vine-shaded retreat. The Triumph can also be container-grown for portable decor on your deck or patio or anywhere you want a punch of color. These beauties will transform your backyard into a lovely romantic getaway.

Triumph Grapes are ready for harvest earlier in the season than many other varieties, maturing around mid-August. Triumph Grape Vines have a high yield rating, which means you'll enjoy a huge bounty of grapes for seasons on end.

They're yummy as a quick snack right off the vine, when pressed into a mouth-watering juice that's packed with vitamins and antioxidants, or when aged to perfection to produce your own wine. Some say they taste the essence of pineapple flavor in the flesh of the Triumph Grape.

With the production of both male and female flowers, the Triumph Grape Vine is a self-pollinator. Although you may not need other grape vines nearby to set fruit, these vines lend an air of exotic elegance to your garden and the grapes are so healthy and delicious you'll likely want to plant a few varieties.

Hardy in growing zones 7-9, this specimen matures to heights of 10-12 feet. Adaptable to most soil types, just plant this vine where it will receive full sun and then sit back and enjoy the splendor.

At Brighter Blooms Nursery we give our plants more growing time, ensuring you take delivery of a strong, healthy specimen that's ready to start producing right away. Check out our entire inventory of fruit bearing vines, shrubs and trees.

 
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