Bluebell

COMMON SYNONYM: Minn.158, Minnesota 158
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SPECIES: Interspecific Cross
BREEDER: A. Wilcox
PEDIGREE: Beta x unknown variety of Eastern U.S. (labrusca)
USE: Jelly,Juice,Table
VIGOR: High
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HARVEST TIMING: Mid season
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Information from the National Grape Registry, www.ngr.ucdavis.edu

OTHER INFORMATION: Bluebell is a Concord-like variety that is winter hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit. A blue seeded table grape that is used for red juice, jams and jellies. Ripens 2-3 weeks earlier than the Concord variety.