How to Eat Muscadine?

Answer Muscadine grapes are large, sweet and juicy grapes with a thick skin and large seeds. Native to the southeastern U.S., these grapes are available in bronze varieties known as scuppernong, and purpl... Read More »

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How to Eat Muscadine Grapes?

Also known as the Southern Fox Grape, Muscadine grapes are native to the southeastern United States and grow wild throughout the region. The large grapes are usually 1 to 1-1/2 inches long and they... Read More »

How to Propagate Muscadine Vines?

The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service suggests you propagate muscadine grapes by using cuttings from a non-patented vine variety you like because if you plant its seeds instead, you will... Read More »

How to Care for Muscadine Vines?

Muscadine grapes are popular in the south and have a flavor that is sweet and slightly spicy at the same time. They grow individually on the vine rather than in bunches like traditional grapes. Mus... Read More »

How do I prune muscadine vine?

Prune YearlyPrune muscadines in late January to early February. Locate the cordons, the lateral arms of the vine growing off of the main trunk. Locate the spurs, the lateral branches that grow off ... Read More »