Grape Vines

How to Grow Grapes and Oranges

mwebster added on June 3, 2014 | Answered

I want to start up a vine garden, hence the need to know how the grapes and the oranges are grown.

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Answered on June 4, 2014

Oranges grow on trees, not vines, so if you want a vine garden, you won't want oranges. Here's a beginning look at growing grapes:
You will need to consider your climate, because different varieties of grape are suited to different climates. Is there a horticultural station, or university near you, that can advise you of plant types adapted to your climate?
You might want to consider some other vining fruits, such as passion fruit, kiwi, or different berries. Then there are vining plants such as squashes, melons, and cucumbers.

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