Vitis vinifera 'Somerset Seedless'
8-12 inch at sale, bare root
Sourced from VT
Small-medium pink seedless. Hardy. Fresh eating.
Recommended Spacing (ft) 6 - 8 Mature Width (ft) 1 - 3 Mature Height (ft) 4 - 6 Pollination Needs Self-pollinating, yield increases with multiple Bloom Time June Harvests/Ripens August to September Soil pH 5.5 - 6.5 Soil Type Loam Soil Moisture Well-drained Sun Preference Full Sun Taste Sweet Texture Firm
Developed in Wisconsin by Elmer Swensen, Somerset Seedless is one of the more popular varieties for cold regions. The grape is red, firm, and seedless. The flavor is very sweet. The individual grapes are on the smaller side but the clusters are large.
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.