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Welder Muscadine
Welder Muscadine

Vitaceae Vitis Rotundifolia Welder

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Grows InZone 7A · 0° to 5° F through Zone 10B · 35° to 40° F
Sun ExposureFull / Mostly Sun
Soil DrainageWell Drained
Resistent ToDrought, Insect, Disease, Heat
BloomsFall Foliage, Spring Foliage, Summer Foliage, Summer Berries
Foliage ColorLight Green, Medium Green, Dark Green
Average Height8' to 10', 10' to 12'
Average Width8' to 10', 10' to 15', 15' to 20'
AttractsWildlife
FragrancesNone
Additional Information About Welder Muscadine

Vitis Rotundifolia 'Welder' is a fast growing vining plant and fruit bearing plant that can be grown in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 7A through 10B. It matures to an average height of 8 feet to 12 feet and an average width of 8 feet to 20 feet, depending on climate and other environmental factors. It prefers growing in a location that provides full sun and grows best when planted in sand, loam or clay soil that is well drained. The foliage is light green, medium green and dark green in color. It attracts wildlife and is resistant to drought, insects, diseases and heat.


Need help choosing the right varieties of Muscadines?

This is the fun part. There are lots of selections of muscadines, each with its own flavor, sugar content, and ripening time. What really determines the type you should choose is how you want to use them. Most are good for snacking. Others are great for making jam, jelly, juice, and wine. So do a little homework, and click on the link below to use the Muscadine Data Sheet to help make your selections. Note: There are two different kinds of muscadines: self-fertile types, which are self-pollinating, and self-sterile (female) types, which must be planted near self-fertile types to produce fruit. 

Click here to use the Muscadine Data Sheet to help choose the right type of grape vines for your needs


More about Welder Muscadine...

'Welder' was introduced by Henry Welder of Tavares, Florida in 1972. The origin of 'Welder' is unknown, it was an open pollinated seedling discovered in 1957. 'Welder' produces high-yields of good quality, sweet berries with better fruit rot resistance than many other cultivars. Avoid planting 'Welder' in the northern muscadine regions. The berry ripening period can be very extended such that three harvests may be required. Welder produces a good juice or wine.

Pollinator Required?  Click here see pollination information on this and other varieties of Muscadine
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Helpful articles from our experts...

How To Plant A Muscadine or Sucppernong Vine

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How To Fertilize A Muscadine Vine

When And How To Harvest Muscadines And Scuppernongs


 

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