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Royal grape tree

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The black cherry tree (Prunus ceranus) is a close relative of the cherry tree and is also known as sour cherry or black cherry. Originally from Asia Minor, in the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, you produce fruit with a sweet and sour taste but still very tasty, which represent a real cure-all for our health. Amarena has a higher concentration of antiaging substances such as bioflavonoids and anthocyanins than its closest "relative", cherry, which, in addition to giving it the bright red color, fight and prevent inflammation, counteracting flaccidity.

  • jar 22cm, height 150/170cm

Generalities :

Autumn Royal grape is a seedless table variety increasingly appreciated for fresh consumption. It is available on the market from September until the end of November. It has a beautiful looking bunch, not too tight, with a cylindrical - conical shape long enough, and weighing about 300/500 grams. The grapes are seedless or with barely distinguishable seeds with a good average weight per grape (about 6 grams), ovoid in shape, blue - black in color and with a firm, uncoloured pulp. Variety when ripe approximately the first week of October.

Growing and Caring :

The cultivation of table grapes is also possible in pots.For the sapling cultivation, wooden poles are used as supports; subsequently the screw must be fixed with galvanized wires at different heights, the shoots with plastic ties will be fixed to them. The grape harvest begins from mid-July to late December, depending on the variety and cultivation technique. It should be remembered that the grapes must be irrigated starting from flowering while the irrigations must be suspended 15 days before the harvest to avoid the splitting of the berries. As regards pruning, old branches must be expertly cut. Pruning is preferably done in autumn or late winter.

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