Concord grapevines grow 12 to 15 feet long ... was exhibited by the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Concords are blue grapes growing in clusters, with medium-to-thick skins and tangy ...
Concord seedless are not entirely seedless; they have small, soft seeds and may be fully seeded in hot weather. The grape vines are hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 ...
Big leaf plants can boldly anchor any garden, or they can fill large spaces quietly and gracefully. Keep in mind that these ...
Red wine grapes take between 105 and 140 days after blossoming to ripen, so choose early-maturing varieties in cold climates. Red wine grapes can produce yields in excess of 30 pounds per plant.
If you have ever tasted a Concord grape pie, you can attest to the fact that the flavor lives on in your memory, long after you have wiped the last crumb from your lips. My first memory of pie ...
The ebb-tide was always murky; but we knew that in an hour the flood would begin, a flow of blue water from the ... the rind like the inside of a Concord grape; a pulp of delicate flavor, sweet ...
Against all odds, I remembered to take cuttings from the old Concord grapes before it’s ... Eldon gestured toward his tidy rows of grapes. Their sturdy trunks divide into cordons trained to grow ...
grapes, melons, squashes, grains, tomatoes, coconut, coffee, chocolate, and more. Grains generally rely on the wind and some plants depend on moving water to carry their pollen. But about 80% of ...
Concord, Argo, and Impulse! deserve equal commendation for their contributions to one of the greatest American artforms, you could argue that none defined “cool” like Blue Note. Though Blue ...
I remember when Bob and Barbara Livermore, with rods set up on their beach buggy, drove in at Big Sandy to see, close in shore and stretching for more than a quarter mile, a dark-blue school of ...