The Black Finger Grape is a very sweet grape that has a dark purple color. They have been known to be used in wine production, but they are also eaten fresh or made into juice.
Black Finger Grape can be grown from seed, but it can take up to two years for them to produce fruit. The seeds need to be planted in the fall and then left outside during winter months before being transplanted into an area with full sun exposure and well-drained soil.
- Soak seeds overnight
- Planting seeds in a pot with moist soil
- Seeds should be planted about 1 inch deep in rows spaced 12 inches apart with 8 feet between rows.
- The vines should be pruned to about 6-8 inches long and fertilized every 3 weeks with a 10-10-10 fertilizer.