I was very pleasantly surprised that my concord grapes came back this year. However, I think they are only producing leaves and no fruit. Lots and lots of leaves!
Cam and I were reading that grapes need well-drained soil to thrive. I'm afraid those boxes really hold moisture well. The soil seems to very damp inside, so the square foot boxes were probably not the best place to plant those grapes . . . Oops, it's a bit too late. I guess that's a mistake I'll have to live with.
I do wonder how much the grapes have rooted since last year. Is it too late to transplant them somewhere else? Would that kill them?
I think the soil may be contributing to why they are not fruiting but instead growing lots of new leaves. Opinions anyone?
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