What is the difference between a Muscadine and Scuppernong vine? ...Would you suggest I do my major pruning now?
Scuppernong is one bronze/white variety of muscadine grape. It was discovered as early as the 1500s by explorers. Eventually, it was rediscovered in the 1750s growing near the Scuppernong River in N.C. Consequently, bronze/white varieties became known as scuppernongs and black or purple varieties known as muscadines, but that is incorrect. There are many varieties of bronze muscadines. All scuppernongs are muscadines, but not all muscadines are scuppernongs. You can do your major pruning now. Try to be done by the time new foliage begins to emerge.
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