Heirloom 1881. One of the most winter-hardy grapes available to home gardeners. Blue-black grapes are good for fresh eating, jellies, and juices. A dependable, vigorous grower and a heavy producer that ripens in the early season. Grows 15-20 ft unless pruned and grows best in a deep, loamy well-drained soil. Bred by Louis Suelter of Minnesota and named for his wife (pronounced Bett-uh). Hardy to zone 3-8
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Plant in well-drained soil, high in organic matter, 2" deeper than the crown of the plant. Each plant should be about 5'-6' apart in rows running north to south for best sun exposure. Do not over-fertilize during the growing season but, keep well mulched to prevent roots from drying out.