I know that grapes originally grew up trees. I am trying to get as much stuff going as I can on my small bit of dirt. I have been told that lowbush blueberries do well under pines and I have planted some under one set of pines I have. I have another set of pines and I would really like to have grapes or maybe even kiwifruit.
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Under pines not very well they need lots of lots of sunlight for a good crop . You could grow them a couple of yards away and have them growing up and over the pines no problem although how you would harvest them .......
you could do the same with male kiwi and grow the females near bye
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