Black Molly Muscadine is a late season grape that is black and self-fertile. Rooted Black Molly Muscadine Plants are now for Sale at Great Escape Nursery. Please note that we can not ship this plant to AK, CA, HI, ID, NY, OR, WA, or outside the US.
Black Molly Muscadine Plants for Sale
Black Molly Muscadine Plant Information
Muscadines have a tight, non-shedding bark, warty shoots and unbranched tendrils. The leaves are slightly lobed, 2-1/2 to 5 inch with coarsely serrate edges and an acuminate point. The round, 1 to 1-1/2 inch fruits have a thick, tough skin and contain up to 5 hard, oblong seeds.
This variety is black and self-fertile and produces delicious fruit that contains 19% sugar. The fruit is larger than many other varieties. It is a cold hardy variety and has delicious edible skin. Much of the nutrition comes from eating the skin. The mature height of this variety is 10 to 15 foot.
Muscadine are hardy in zones 7-9 and should not be grown in regions where temperatures frequently go below 10° F, but will be more cold hardy if planted against a south facing wall. They grow well in sandy loam and like full sun. Muscadines are very pest resistant and require little or no spraying.
The Muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia)
Muscadine grapes start ripening mid September to late October. A grapevine species native to the southeastern and south-central US from Florida to Delaware, west to eastern Texas and Oklahoma.
A picture of one of our rooted Black Molly Muscadine plants is displayed above. Please note that this plant was picked at random and the other plants may have roots smaller or larger than this plant.
For more information on the Black Molly Muscadine including a recipe and possible medicinal uses please visit Muscadine Plant Information | Unique Edible Plants.
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