One of the better and more productive hardy grapes, St. Croix grows large, sweet, red fruit in fall, excellent for eating fresh, jellies or wine. Has a good fruity aroma, with currant and other dried fruit flavor tones. Grapes turn a darker color for full ripeness.
• Grape Color – Purple
• Plant Habit: Vine, requires support
• Soil: Loamy, well-drained
• Water: Once established, water occasionally; more in extreme heat.
• Harvest: Mid-September
• Size: 20 foot height x 24 inch spread
• Exposure: Sun