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Grapes

Buffalo

Buffalo is a blue seeded grape. The large berries have a pleasant, sweet flavor, though the skin is somewhat astringent.

Buffalo

Canadice

Canadice (or Candice? I have seen both spellings) is a red seedless grape from Geneva, New York. The small, sweet berries grow in tight clusters.

Canadice

Concord

Concord is a blue seeded grape, that was grown from the seed of a wild grape, planted by E. W. Bull in 1843, and bore for the first time in 1849, in Concord, Massachusetts. The large berries have a well-known grape flavor.

Concord

Himrod

Himrod is a green/white seedless grape from Geneva, New York. It has loose clusters of tender, flavorful berries.

Himrod

Niagra

Niagra is a green seeded grape from Lockport, New York, introduced in 1882 by the Niagra Grape Company. The large berries have a foxy flavor.

Niagra

Steuben

Steuben is a blue seeded grape from New York. The large sized berries have a sweet flavor with a spicy tang.

Steuben

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