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Sweet Sapphire Grapes

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swampyro starts with ...
Hello everyone, I am new here, looking for a anyone that might know where l can buy a grafted Sweet Sapphire Grape Vine. Thank you Ro
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5th February 2019 12:00pm
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Pauline Staff of Daley's Nursery says...
Hi I believe they are being imported from California for our supermarket supply. I'm not sure if anyone is doing them in Australia yet.
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28th February 2019 3:40pm
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Berism says...
I am also trying to source one of these sweet saphire grape plants. They are being grown in Western Australia but I have only found seeds for sale on eBay.
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15th May 2019 9:15pm
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swampyro says...
You found seeds? Wow are they in Australia? The are also grown in Victoria, l have written to the growers, its a large company but they never did reply to me...

An inquiry has been made to Yulumba Nursery, a supplier and specialist varietal, clonal and rootstock provider to Australian growers. They advise that, as was the case last year, these vines are produced under contract only for licensed table grape growers.

The Sweet Sapphire grape is a new variety, naturally crossbred and GMO free, and grown in farms around Mildura in Victoria and in the Carnarvon region of Western Australia. They have a lovely sweetness and a natural crunch.
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16th May 2019 1:43pm
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Original Post was last edited: 16th May 2019 1:52pm
jakfruit etiquette says...
Seedless grapes very rarely produce seeds.
They can do on occasions.
Some seeded grapes can be sprayed to set without pollination, so seeds might get thru. Collecting the rare seeds from seedless grapes to sell seems unlikely.
That said, people on this forum have got seeds from seedless Citrus vars.
Many seeds on ebay are straight out fakes or substitutions.
Some plant/seed offerings are outright hillarious, and the descriptions are so silly, they bring joy to many.
Just be a bit careful of seed offerings.
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