Cover an arbor with a leafy grapevine and enjoy an abundant late-summer harvest of fruit. Serve fresh-picked grapes with a cheese platter, add them to fruit salads, preserve them into sweet jam or use them to make your own juices and wine. Mars: A large, seedless, deep-blue grape with classic flavor, similar to the Concord-perfect for making jelly or juice as well as just eating fresh. This vine is a dependable producer. Fruits in mid-September. Fredonia: A vigorous grower that requires relatively little pruning. The large, juicy, seeded, blue-black fruit has a delicious spicy flavor that adds rich dimension to jam, juice or wine. Fruits in late August to mid-September. Reliance: A high sugar content gives this seedless red grape its sweet, mild flavor and makes it a wonderful addition to fruit salads, jellies and juice. Fruits in late July to late August. Mars and Reliance: Zones 5-8; Fredonia: Zones 4-9. Grows 8'-10' high and wide. Suitable for container or ground planting. Requires full sun. Yields approx. 10-15 lb. of fruit at maturity (3 to 5 years). Grown on a farm in Tennessee. Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.