We ship 2 plants for pollination In 1584 Sir Walter Raleigh landed on the coast of North Carolina and found...Muscadines. Raleigh described them as being "on the sand and on the green soil, on the hills and on the plains, as well as on every little shrub... also climbing towards the tops of tall cedars... in all the world the like abundance is not to be found."
We are pleased to be able to include these sweet, delicious and Super nutritious grapes in our Native American selection. Although there are 100's of hybrid Muscadine varieties available today, we carefully collected wild growing parent vines from areas that have never been under cultivation. (Angola Bay Game Preserve) and the Sand Hills of Cape Hatteras.
Our Native Muscadines dark purple to black in color when ripe. However, many wild varieties stay green through maturity. They have skin sufficiently tough that eating the raw fruit often involves biting a small hole in the skin to suck out the pulp inside. Muscadines are not only eaten fresh, but also are used in making wine, juice, and jelly.