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Volunteer Muscadine Grape (Scuppernong Type) Seedlings

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My triumph muscadine grape vine had a few seedlings growing underneath the mother plant that started growing last year.

It was really interesting after digging up the plants to transplant them, how they all had large differences in their top and root growth lengths.

I've got them planted to a new location where they can get more sunlight, and we'll hopefully have some grapes in a few years.

Here's a quick video of it.

Have you had any volunteer grape seedlings, or grown grapes from seed? How did they turn out?
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