Vitis rotundifolia var. munsoniana

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 Vitis rotundifolia subsp. munsoniana var.  Mustang Grape of Florida, Bird Grape, Everbearing Grape, Everlasting Grape
Habit: vine-climber
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Vitaceae > Vitis rotundifolia munsoniana var. ,

Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Vitis munsoniana, Simpson (Muscadinia Munsoniana, Small). Mustang Grape of Fla. Bird, Everbearing, or Everlasting Grape. Very slender grower, preferring to run on the ground or over low bushes, nearly evergreen, flowering more or less continuously: lvs. smaller, thinner, and more shining, more nearly circular in outline and less prominently pointed, the teeth broader in proportion to the blade and more open or spreading: clusters larger and more thyrse-like: berries a half smaller than in the last and often more numerous, shining black, with a more tender pulp, acid juice, no muskiness, and thinner skin; seeds half smaller than in the last. Dry woods and sands, Fla. at Jacksonville, Lake City, and southward, apparently the only grape on the reef keys; also in the Bahamas.—Difficult to distinguish from V. rotundifolia in herbarium specimens, but distinct in the field. The plant often bears fls. and both green and ripe fr. into Dec.

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