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Being a southern favorite, Muscadines and Scuppernongs can be found growing wild all over the southeastern United States.  Here at Aaron's Farm we offer free videos showing the beauty of these plants including planting instructions to insure you are giving proper care to your plants.  You can have your bearing size Muscadines and Scuppernongs next season for your first batch of Muscadine wine.

Cowart Muscadine Grape Vine (M) Hunt Muscadine Grape Vine (F) Jumbo Muscadine Grape Vine (F) Noble Muscadine Grape Vine (M) Regal Muscadine Grape Vine (M)
Cowart Muscadine Grape Vine Hunt Muscadine Grape Vine Jumbo Muscadine Grape Vine Noble Muscadine Grape Vine Regal Muscadine Grape Vine
USDA Zones 6-9
Male Muscadine


USDA Zones 7-9
Female Muscadine
USDA Zones 6-9
Female Muscadine
USDA Zones 7-9
Male Muscadine
USDA Zones 7-9
Male Muscadine
Carlos Scuppernong Grape Vine (M) Dixie Scuppernong Grape Vine (M) Fry Scuppernong Grape Vine (F) Higgins Scuppernong Grape Vine (F) Summitt Scuppernong Grape Vine (F)
Carlos Scuppernong Grape Vine Dixie Scuppernong Grape Vine Fry Scuppernong Grape Vine Higgins Scuppernong Grape Vine Summitt Scuppernong Grape Vine
USDA Zones 7-9
Male Scuppernong
USDA Zones 7-9
Male Scuppernong
USDA Zones 7-9
Female Scuppernong
USDA Zones 7-9
Female Scuppernong
USDA Zones 7-9
Female Scuppernong
Scuppernong Grape Vines
Jumbo Muscadine Grape Vines
Cowart Male Muscadine Grape
Scuppernongs are also amongst some of the most popular grape vines that you can find in the south. They grow in USDA Zones 7-9, so they like warmer weather, and they are found flourishing wildly in the woods of the southern US. A great female variety muscadine is the Jumbo Muscadine that produces one of the largest muscadines ever seen. Every female needs a male to pollinate it so plant a male and female together today and enhance your backyard garden today! A great pollinator for the Jumbo Muscadine is the Cowart Male Muscadine Grape. You can guarantee yourself fruit production by planting the two side by side, and these two varieties come together to bear some of the best muscadines for wine making!