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Native to southeastern and south-central United States and only available from August through mid-September, muscadine grapes come in an array of Fall colors - gold, green, purple, and red tones. These grapes are grown in South Texas by the Utility Research Garden in Jones Creek. They boast intense, sweet grape flavors unlike your average super market varieties.

The suggested way to enjoy muscadine 
grapes is to peel away the skin before eating. Muscadines are also known as slip-skin grapes as the outer skin is easy to remove from the fruit. There are quite a few health benefits to eating the tart skin, as well. The grapes have a firm flesh and contain 3-4 seeds.

Check out this great resource that we found on the best method for eating fresh muscadine grapes.


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Muscadine Grapes, 1 lb avg

$5.49

Native to southeastern and south-central United States and only available from August through mid-September, muscadine grapes come in an array of Fall colors - gold, green, purple, and red tones. These grapes are grown in South Texas by the Utility Research Garden in Jones Creek. They boast intense, sweet grape flavors unlike your average super market varieties.

The suggested way to enjoy muscadine 
grapes is to peel away the skin before eating. Muscadines are also known as slip-skin grapes as the outer skin is easy to remove from the fruit. There are quite a few health benefits to eating the tart skin, as well. The grapes have a firm flesh and contain 3-4 seeds.

Check out this great resource that we found on the best method for eating fresh muscadine grapes.

Utility Research Garden

Utility Research Garden

Utility Research Garden cultivates over a hundred varieties of bamboo in their East Texas nursery & farm near the water, sharing the wealth of their field-grown varieties from coast to coast. They also grow a variety of fruits, shoots, and veggies. Farmhouse loves their philosophy of open hearts and firm bodies bending in the wind, but not breaking under pressure. Check out their citrus, ginger, turmeric, and galangal at Farmhouse!

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