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I was ordering Home Run roses online since I could not find them locally, noticed Himrod grapes and bought a small plant on an impulse - I have to stop doing this since I just learned that Lowes has them locally. Anyway, it is chopped down as can be seen in the picture, the vine is a good half inch in diameter and it is in about a 5" pot. There is a spot in the front landscape bed right off the front porch that has full sun and I'd like to plant it there. I'm wondering if I should just put it in the ground now, or should it go in a 1 or 2 gallon pot, keep it indoors for the winter, and transplant in the Spring? We have a glass door, lots of windows, and skylights in the kitchen where there is a good amount of sun - like a sun room in the dining area of the kitchen. Any suggestions for the best way to do this?
I wasn't sure what to expect by mail order, at least the vine is about 1/2 inch and not just a toothpick size: