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Cold Hardy Muscadine, what have you found?

 
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I am looking into planting some muscadine this year because grapes just have to many issues around here. I am looking for varieties that will do well in zone 6 or preferably zone 5. So far all I have found is Sugargate Black and Darlene Grape bopth hardy to zone 6 at EdibleLandscaping.com. Does any one else have any other leads?
 
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I am in Boston and carlos bronze survive the pass 2 winter.
http://ediblelandscaping.com/products/vines/Grapes/CarlosBronzeMuscadineGrape.php
 
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