Vitis Vinefera Interlaken
‘Interlaken’ a self-pollinating, seedless grape. It is a woody, deciduous, climbing vine, typically growing 15 to 20′ long unless pruned. Large, shallow-cut, three-lobed, green foliage is tropical-like. Panicles of fragrant, greenish flowers appear in Spring, followed by clusters of white seedless grapes, in early-mid season (mid to late August in USDA Zone 5). Great tangy flavor, excellent for fresh eating.
Best fruiting in full sun, in well drained soil, but tolerates light shade & heavier soils. Good drainage is a must, and protection from harsh winds.
Relatively wildlife tolerant after establishment.
Very pollinator & wildlife friendly.
- Common Name 'Interlaken' Green Seedless Grape
- Variety Interlaken
- Zone Zone 6
- Mature Size 15'H x 10'W
- Bloom Time April-May
- Plant Type Fruits
- Flower Color Greenish