Rainbow Grapes are grapes of different hues growing on the same vine. Picking them right when they become ripe will give you an assortment of colorful grapes to eat.
Full-bloom Period: SpringType: Fruit Seeds HerbsStyle: PerennialCultivating Difficulty Degree: Very EasyUse: Outdoor Plants, FruitColor:ManySize: Medium
Grape Planting instructions
1. Plant the seeds in a small pot just under the top layer of soil. Place the pot inside a plastic bag. Alternatively, the seeds can be placed directly inside the bag, but this requires transferring them to a pot later.
2. Refrigerate the grape seeds for 30 to 90 days. Grape seeds require a period of a cold at temperatures below 40 degrees in order to end their dormancy. If you have a cold, dark areas outdoors that is free of wind and rain, you can store your seeds outside during the winter. Do not allow your seeds to freeze.
3. Remove the seeds from the refrigerator and allow them to warm inside your home. Keep the seeds inside the plastic bag used to store them in the refrigerator. Seeds should not be placed outdoors in direct sunlight, as too much heat and light will cause the seeds to die.
4. Remove the seeds from the plastic bag once they begin to germinate, typically after 30 days of warmer temperatures. The seeds should be placed on a windowsill or in a sunny, dry location outdoors. The soil inside your pot should be kept moist, but be careful not to cover water.
5.Transplant your seedlings into separate pots once they have grown to be about 8 cm tall. Place the seedlings in a sheltered, shady area away from rain and wind for 10 to 14 days.
6. Move your seedlings to a permanent location in direct sun. Plants should be spaced 96 inches apart.