Pleasingly decorative and easy to cultivate—harvest Concord Grape in early fall and enjoy processed as a tasty jam or juice! Just as delicious when eaten fresh, these slightly smaller fruit clusters have deep purple color and vigorous, hardy growth.To encourage development of strong canes, remove all flower clusters produced in the first year. In the second year, remove all but four of the best side canes to form a "double T". Select a good, pencil-size fruiting cane on each of four arms and trim back to 8-10 buds. Concord Grape ships established in its own 1 gallon pot. Vitis labrusca 'Concord'