Kay Gray Grape
Kay Gray Grape is a hardy grape for our area. It will do well to -40 degrees. It will grow up to 20' long and about 2' wide. It likes to be planted in full sun and moist, well drained soil. Kay Gray Grape is a golden grape that is sweet and is best eaten fresh or made into juice or preserves. It has white flowers in the spring which are very small.
Place bird netting over the vine to protect the grapes if you wish to harvest the grapes. It is best to trellis the grapes or let them grow on a fence.