Fall in love with the Pinot Meunier Purple Dwarf Pixie Grape! This dynamic grapevine is everbearing, which means that it produces multiple grape crops from spring until fall! These mini grapes are quite sweet and nearly seedless. Additionally, they have a gorgeous dark purple shade once ripened. Kids love picking and eating them straight off-the-vine. Order several plants and use your grape harvest to make your own wine or jelly. Furthermore, this variety is widely known for use in making champagne.
These beauties are just begging to be planted in an ornamental planter. Give them an elegant trellis to climb, about 24 inches tall, and they’re happy campers. At maturity, they reach only 2 feet tall and 1 foot wide! They make a fantastic accent for garden parties, or wine and cheese tastings. Every one of your guests will be wondering where you got this stunning little fruit vine.
The Pinot Meunier Purple Dwarf Pixie Grape is one of three different dwarf grape vines in the Pixie series, which also includes the dark and beautiful Cabernet Franc Dwarf Pixie Grape and the brilliant and elegant Riesling Dwarf Pixie Grape.
Pinot Meunier Purple Dwarf Pixie Grape Care
Hardy from USDA Zones 4-9. After the first freeze of the year, this deciduous vine will lose its leaves for the winter. New growth will re-emerge in early Spring. Additionally, if you are below USDA Zone 5 and intend to plant your Pinot Meunier Purple Dwarf Pixie Grape in a container, place the plant in a cool garage or unheated basement for the winter.
Grows best in Full Sun. Although, Partial Sun with some afternoon shade is also acceptable.
Water 2-3 times per week for the first growing season if planted in the ground. If planted in a container, water 3-4 times per week.
Plant in soil that is rich in organic material, with good drainage and steady moisture.
Fertilize with a balanced organic fertilizer from early spring to mid-summer.
Spacing your Dwarf Grape Vines
Space your Pinot Meunier Purple Dwarf Pixie Grape plants at least 8 inches apart.