The Cowart Grape is one of the biggest and heaviest producing Muscadine Grapes. The strong, easy to grow vines produce bunches of very large, round, sweet, succulent, blue-black grapes. They are sweet, juicy, and great for eating fresh, making juice, grape jelly, and wine. Cowart Grape Vines are easy to grow, resistant to diseases, and can tolerate high heat summers. Grow these amazing, giant grapes anywhere in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 7 to 9, either in the ground or in pots.
Cowart Grape Vines put forth a profusion of white blooms that are self-fertile, so one vine will produce Cowart Grapes that ripen in September. Newly planted Cowart Grape Plants begin making large crops quickly, with healthy vines producing regularly after two years. The Grapes are firm with crisp edible skin and crunchy edible seeds. Plant one or more Cowart Grape Vines in your edible garden and enjoy the success of growing one of the world’s biggest, most delicious grapes.