|Width:||20 ft. between vines|
|Sunlight:||Full sun, partial|
|Soil:||Prefers well-drained sandy loam|
|pH:||Prefers slightly acidic soil|
|Years to bear:||Can fruit 1st year|
Grape, Alachua (Muscadine)
Vitus rotundifolia ‘Alachua’ Muscadinia
This Muscadine grape was developed at the University of Florida. It is pest and disease resistant, and can tolerate high heat. It grows at a vigorous rate and can produce for decades. Its fruit is purple/black, flavorful, and medium sized. The grape has a few seeds and slightly tough skin, great for jellies and juice.