Last Week of Harvest for Local Muscadines and Scuppernongs

There is a small vineyard of flavor- rich, grape-bearing vines in Baker Florida, Dogwood Vineyard.   These grapes are only available for 2-3 short weeks in late summer.  They are found on David Youngblood's family farm. David is serious about muscadine and scuppernong grapes.  He planted and experimented with several varieties before he committed to the vines he grows today.  Some are exclusively grown for wine and jelly making but most are for eating enjoyment.   They are some of the best I have ever had.  

David Youngblood     
  Dog wood vineyard  in Baker, Florida, David Youngblood's caretaker/owner
Dark Purple Muscadines and Green to Bronze Scuppernongs         

 Grapevines this past February   

              This years harvest scuppernongs


                       Sorting and Packaging the Grapes for  Market
                    Rainbow marks the end of a great harvest for 2021


 Asian Pears (Opp Alabama)

Creamer Peas ( Walnut Hill, FL)

Zipper Peas ( Walnut Hill, FL)

Muscadine and Scuppernong Grapes ( Baker, Fl)

Green Peanuts ( Jay, Florida)

Jumbo Green Peanuts ( Silver Hill, AL)

Peanuts, Raw and Roasted (Silver Hill, AL)

Hydroponic Lettuce, (Chumuckla. Fl)

Okra (Bay Minette , Al)

Blue Oyster Mushrooms, (Marianna, FL)

Red Potatoes (Alabama, Florida)

Tomatoes ( Sand Mountain, Al)

Watermelons (Florida, Georgia)

Local Milk ( Marianna, Florida)

This past Sunday was great despite the weather.  Thank you for making Angela feel so welcome.  We appreciate all the support for Hope Grows Hydroponic Lettuces from Wendt Farms.    

Thanks for looking.

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