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Planting grapevines - explained step by step

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They are a tradition in wine-growing regions, more popular than ever with us: the vines. With the right choice of location and our planting instructions, you will also thrive in your garden.

Grapevine on the house wall

If you want to bring grapevines into the garden, you should know that this will involve a bit of work. Even when planting, you have to pay attention to some important points so that nothing stands in the way of harvesting grapes in your home garden. So before you start planting, you should consider the following points.

You should think about this beforehand:

Location:

It is important that you choose the optimal location for the plants right from the start, because you cannot even implement them. If the temperatures in a region often fall below -15 degrees, this is not ideal for grapevines. In this case, you should let the extension be complete right away. Otherwise, you can grow grapes in almost any climate region, but a temperate climate is ideal. From a height of about 400 meters above sea level, it becomes difficult with viticulture.

In addition, not every space on the property is optimally suited for grapevines. In any case, the vines need a lot of sun, because this is the only way to make the grapes sweet and sweet. So it's best to treat the vines to the sunniest spot on your property.

The location should also be protected as much as possible. If you have the opportunity, the best thing to do is to place the plants directly in front of a wall or the wall of a house, because this way they are nicely protected and get more heat. (Reading tip: Building a vine arbor - tips for building and maintaining)

Soil conditions:

As far as the subsurface is concerned, the demands are not quite as high as when choosing the location. The pH should ideally be between 5 and 7.5. Acidic soil is unsuitable for grapevines.

In addition, the soil must not be stony or too calcareous. The surface must be nice and loose so that moisture can seep through. In addition, the roots can then spread freely in the soil and optimally absorb the nutrients. It is also best to have a high proportion of humus, otherwise less favorable soil conditions are not a problem.

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Instructions for planting grapevines

➥ Step 1:

You should prepare the ground for the vines in autumn. To do this, dig the soil 40 centimeters deep to loosen it up, and then fold in mature compost. The ground should be able to rest until next spring.

➥ Step 2:

Container plants are easier to place in the garden than seedlings. With these you would have a little more effort. So you'd better choose container plants and put them in the garden in April or May. Before planting, however, you should water the vines for 10 hours.

3 Step 3:

When the ten hours are up, you can get to work. However, you should note the following:

  • An area of ​​30 x 20 cm is expected for a vine.
  • There must be a distance of at least 1 m between the individual plants, preferably more.
  • If you have chosen a place in front of a wall or house wall, you must keep a distance of at least 20 cm.

With this in mind, dig a 40 cm deep hole for each vine. You then have to mix the excavated soil with a liter of compost and then pour it cone-shaped into the excavated hole.

4 Step 4:

Now place the seedling on the excavation and spread the roots to the sides. It is important that the finishing point protrudes three to four centimeters from the ground.

Now carefully fill the earth back into the hole, keep pressing it down and add a little water so that no voids are created. Work in with a planting post.

Important: Don't tread the earth in the end!

5 Step 5:

Finally, water the vines thoroughly.

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