Bring home this Fruits plants from Green Gini Collections.Grapevines usually only produce fruit on shoots that came from buds that were developed during the previous growing season. In viticulture, this is one of the principles behind pruning the previous year’s growth (or “One year old wood”) that includes shoots that have turned hard and woody during the winter (after harvest in commercial viticulture). These vines will be pruned either into a cane which will support 8 to 15 buds or to a smaller spur which holds 2 to 3 buds.
Water: Allow to dry out between waterings. Water thoroughly and allow to drain. Do not let the plant sit in water.
Light: Bright indirect light but can also tolerate some shade.