Grape, Niagara White

Grape, Niagara White

Vitis labrusca 'Niagara'
10-16 inch height at sale, bare root
Sourced from NY


Green. Table or preserve. Ripe Sept. 

  • Description

    Also known as 'White Concord'. This variety is a seeded grape good for the table as well as juices, jams, jellies and white wines. It's parent lineage is a cross of Concord and Cassady. 


    Pollination and harvest time frames are similar to Concord, flowering in June and ready to harvest toward the end of September. They are also self-fertile but will benefit from multilple plants and varieties of grapes. 


    Care: Grapes prefer a bit of an acidic soil, between 5.5 and 6.5. They need a location with full sun. You may get a harvest in a couple of years, but you can expect to wait up to 4.  See the Resources below for additional information related to cultivating grapes. 

  • Resources

    Growing grapes in the home garden, University of Minnesota Extension



    Protecting Grapevines from Winter Injury by Skinkis and Olmstead


    Growing Grapes in Maine, Univeristy of Maine Cooperative Extension


    Northern Grape Growing, University of Vermont Extension