The Carlos Grape is one of the most popular Muscadines for making white grape juice and wine at home. The golden, sweet Carlos Grape is also favored for eating fresh out of hand, adding to fruit salads, and for making jelly. The deep green leaves with clusters of half-inch, golden-bronze Grapes hanging below makes any arbor a decorative showpiece. The vigorous, self-fertile vines are easy to grow, resistant to many diseases, and are both cold and heat tolerant as well.
Carlos Grape Vines perform amazingly well when grown on a trellis within USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 7 to 9. These easy to grow and maintain Grape Vines can grow as long as sixty feet, and spread as wide as forty feet, but they can also be contained by pruning. They produce the most grapes in full sun, but will still bloom and make fruit when given some shade. Give the versitile Carlos Muscadine Grape Vine a trellis or fence in your edible landscape and enjoy large crops of sweet, juicy, fall grapes.