Little and leafy: grapevines

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The three grapevines have started to take off somewhat, with a flurry of leaves. These are still quite young, less than four years old. This is probably the leafiest that these have ever been. These are boskoop Glory and Madeleine Sylvaner. One red and one white. The most useful for the British climate, apparently.

I think that traditionally grapes fruit in late September October. Whilst these are still quite small, not sure how much of a crop these are going to have.

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