The wild grape plant can be started in either late winter or early spring, both by seeds and cuttings. Luckily, the wild grape plant is good to start both indoors and outdoors.
Wild grape seeds require a sunny spot, well-drained soil. It requires at least 7 hours of sunlight and should be watered daily during the growth phase. Fertilizers can be added to the soil to encourage healthy growth. Also, pruning the vine time and again, or annually, promotes fresh growth.
Wild grape seeds germination is a hard nut to crack. They have an extremely long period of dormancy. For 90 to 120 days, the seeds are stratified to break that dormancy. This way, the seeds take around 14 to 21 days to sprout.
Wild grapevine gives rise to leaves and trails at a medium pace i.e. approximately 15 feet per year. The breeze of early summer sings the song of bloom for the wild grapevine. Tiny white flowers turn into small blue-black berries (grapes) that are the result of successful pollination.
The grapes bear seeds that are dispersed by animals to start their own life.