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Scientific Name:Vitis rotundifolia
Common Name(s): muscadine
Parts Used: fruit
ravenscar 25 Oct, 2010
tip to anyone who may try to cultivate it: it is best started from seed, as many non tuberous vines ar difficult to transplant.it is very picky about whats growing around it, so try to keep the soil near it as weeded as possible
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your_comforting_company 31 Aug, 2009
very sweet, juicy fruit abundant in late summer in wet lowlands and banks. a vine plant climbing trees and spreading on ground. fruit occurs in clusters and is ripe when a deep purple color. The tough skin is usually bitten or punctured to reach the pulp. A delicious trail snack and good source of fluids and nutrition