What do I need to do to transplant a potted grapevine?
I have a grapevine in a 5-gallon nursery container, and it is sprouting leaves. I'd like to transplant it into a larger pot. What soil amendments will it need?
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Any quality potting soil will do-grapes grow well in most soils. If you use a potting mix that contains a slow-release fertilizer-or you add some yourself-no additional feeding will be needed. Place the plant where you can train the vine to a sturdy post or other support. Be sure to select a container that has a drainage hole at the bottom and plenty of room for the roots. A grapevine can grow 5 feet or more a year, so it makes a good shade-providing plant for a sunny patio.

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