IMPORTANT NOTE: We have been pushing the envelope with muscadines. “Officially” (Cooperative Extension recommendations), they can’t be grown in NW Arkansas or colder than USDA Climate Zone 7a with a predicted low winter temperature of zero degrees F. However, we’ve been growing and fruiting muscadines for over 15 years now and have had very little cold damage…up until the Valentine’s week of 2021 when temps dipped to -20 and remained below zero for several days. The vines died to the ground…but now they’re coming back AND we even have considerable fruit this second season after the die-back. We’re not giving up on these because of one year’s crop loss to a freeze! They are too good and too easy to grow!
Huge, black berries! The flavor is milder than most other varieties. Female, so needs a self-fertile variety within 50 ft.
Self-fertile, blue-black, and large. Excellent flavor.
Wow! Pink champagne color when ripe. Very tender skin and just about everybody’s favorite on the farm. Female (needs a pollinator variety to set fruit).
One of the oldest named muscadines. Blue-black with intense muscadine flavor! Small to medium sized berries. Self-fertile and a very reliable pollinator for other varieties.