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Got a Grape in a Glass

Posted by flatcat47 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 14, 12 at 10:28

Hiya
Started this in "Propogation" and got redirected here.
Your advice welcome, TIA.

Bought some grapettes months ago, never got 'em into the ground. Still in a glass of water on the windowsill.

So now it's December. They're dropping leaves (and producing a few tiny new ones).

Should I plant them? Put them in the basement in the dark?
Pot them and leave them in the window till spring?

Thanks


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RE: Got a Grape in a Glass

  • Posted by mrclint z10SoCal Valley (My Page) on
    Sat, Dec 15, 12 at 23:12

I only know Grapettes as a soda or girls softball team. Are these grape cuttings or seedlings? Where do you live?


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RE: Got a Grape in a Glass

Softball team. Guinness record for entire infield in a pint glass.

Cuttings or seedlings, I guess; I wouldn't know the difference to look at.

Near Albany, NY, at 2000 feet.


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