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Canyon Grape
CANYON GRAPE
Vitis arizonica

This vigorously branching vine is a shrubby, low-climbing vine with heart-shaped leaves and small fragrant greenish-white flowers. Canyon Grape is a native grape first cultivated by Pueblo Indians. The fruit makes delicious preserves and wine. Although Canyon Grape's fruit has large seeds, it is edible and relished by both wildlife and humans.

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GARDENING BASICS
Type: Vines
Hardiness: 0˚F
Water: Low
Sun Exposure: Full, Partial
GROWTH
Growth Rate: Moderate
Average Size: 10’ H × 10’ W
Coverage: 79 square feet
FOLIAGE
Foliage Type: Deciduous
Foliage Color: Green with red stems
FLOWERS & FRUITS
Flower Color: Tiny with five white petals
Flower Season: Late Spring into Summer
Fruit: Green to deep purple edible grapes
MORE COMMENTS
Thorns: No
Allergies: Unknown
Vines are useful for controlling erosion. The berries, ripe from August to October, are of good quality for jelly and grape juice.