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Vitis arizonica

One of the approximately 30 American species or Wild vines with full botanical name Vitis arizonica Engelm. It was first described around 1868. In the name was the German-American botanist Georg Engelmann (1809-1884) honored. Trivial synonyms are Arizona Grape, Canyon Grape and Dawny Canyon Grape. The guess that it is a natural hybrid has not been confirmed. The vine loves moist, well-drained sandy soils and occurs mainly in the southwest of the United States in the states Arizona. Nevada. New Mexico. Texas and Utah, as well as in the north of Mexico in front. The small, dark blue berries are very popular with birds. The grapes used to be used for grape jelly and grape juice, but also wine. The vine is resistant to the vine disease that has been rampant in California since the 1980s Pierce Disease, For this reason, she was in the new breeds Ambulo Blanc. Caminante Blanc. Camminare Noir. Errante Noir and Paseante Noir used. See also under American vines and Vines systematics,

Vitis arizonica - grapes immature, leaves and grapes ripe

Grape white: By Stan Shebs , CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link
Sheet: By Stan Shebs , CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link
Grape blue: By Zion National Park - Canyon Grape , Public Domain, Link

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