Deciduous tree. It has tendrils serving to hold it as a liana. Its leaves are large, wide, deeply lobed and more or less palmate. Its flowers are discreet, that once pollinated produce fruits (grapes) grouped in clusters.
Outdoor, in full sun or semi shade. In summer, exposure to full sun can burn the leaves if these are somewhat wet.
Abundant, especially during the fruit growth.
Throughout the year except in winter. Reduce the frequency during summer.
Every 2 years, at the beginning of spring.
100% Akadama, or mixed with a 30% of organic gravel.
Pruning and nipping
During the period of vegetative growth, let the terminal bud grow, to finally cut it leaving a lateral one.
Spring and fall.
There are many varieties of this species, mostly used in the production of wines and other alcoholic beverages.