Originally Posted by KlopKlop
Don't wild grapes have male and female vines? You would need to make sure to transplant some of each or you won't get grapes. I don't have a source on that but I'm 90% sure that is the case.
I've heard that before but also heard that some have both female and male? Maybe if I planted them on the side where we have the wild grapes then incase I get only one type they will polinate each other and I still get the opportunity to better tend the ones I plant. I will see how it turns out.
I went there last evening and saw that some of the berry plants have started growing on or property (we did't do a good job of mowing this year) I'll dig those up and plant them on the fence of the chicken run.
Here's a pic I took yesterday evening
not very clear but thats one of the plants that have grown on our side that gives black berries.Edited by Loc20chick - 12/5/15 at 6:31am