grape 'Regent' (PBR)

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Buy grape 'Regent' (PBR) grape Regent: Edible, sweet dark grapes

This plant is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring.

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained, preferably neutral to alkaline soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: June to July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    A fairly vigorous, disease-resistant, outdoor grape that will produce clusters of blue-black, edible seeded grapes that have a deliciously sweet flavour. Its attractive foliage forms great summer cover when grown over a pergola, and it turns vibrant shades of red and orange in autumn before it falls. For good fruit development, it will appreciate being grown against a warm and sunny, south-facing wall with protection from cold winds.

  • Garden care: When planting incorporate plenty of well-rotted organic matter in to the planting hole. Prune in mid-winter, cutting back to fit the available space, and again in mid-summer if necessary.

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Purchased a pair to grow over a pergola. They had reached the top (7ft) and along the sides by the end of the growing season last year. Vines were very healthy and were not pot bound. All plants I've got from Crocus have been perfect and are doing very well.




grape Regent (PBR)

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Is this grape suitable to grow in a container


Yes, most grapes tend to do well in large pots - provided they are kept well fed and watered. Keep in mind too, that they will be smaller (and should be harder pruned), than one growing in the ground.


Does this 'Regent' grape have a lot of pips? I am trying to choose a grape for my pergola to give summer shade, autumn colour and good to eat without too many pips (it's not for wine making) do you have a better idea?


Hello, It is hard to be too specific, but as a very general rule, these grapes will have between 2 and 4 pips.


Grape vine problems I have a very old grape in my green house which upto 3 years ago produced grapes in abundance. They were late (September) and black so I presume it is a Hamburg. It was there before I arrived at the house and infact I had a green house built around the vine as the old one had fallen down. I guess it is at least 25years old. I now have a problem with it. Every year the vine starts life very well then it seems to get a sort of scaley insect on it which does not seem to move but the whole new growth gets covered in them. When the fruit appears, it grows quite well to start with and then the grapes go hard and get a white powdery coating all over them The growth then seems to stop.Any ideas of the problem.? Michael


Hello Michael, Grapes are prone to a number of different pests and diseases, and I suspect that yours are suffering from both scale insects and powdery mildew. For more information on these annoying problems, just click on the links below. Scale Powdery Mildew I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

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