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Specialty Gardening: Grape Bonsai

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Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 3, 2006
12:01 AM

Post #2876595

I have tried to grow grape bonsai in small bonsai pots and have had good success in bringing them to flower and set grapes, but a lot of the grapes fall off before maturing so I have just small bunches of grapes. Do you think the problem is horticultural or disease?

Scott, LA
(Zone 8b)

November 8, 2006
3:15 AM

Post #2893042

I have never grown grape bonsai, but I have seen my father growin muskadines in his yard and I'm thinking that maybe it's the light and water issue that needs ajusting. Is it in full sun and how often is it watered? I would love to try a grape bonsai. You have given me the urge to try as soon as thee plants are available.
Pittsfield,, MA
(Zone 5b)

April 6, 2007
11:47 AM

Post #3361669

I have seen grape Bonsai and I am attemting one so I'll let you know... Got my stock at Walmart which may not be the smartest place to begin

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