Muscadine Grape

Muscadinia rotundifolia
Vine, Perennial
Native: L48
Blooming: April, May, June white

Location: N 30 00.165’W084 32.688′(.3RR), N30 00.196’W084 32.849′ (.5RL), N30 00.082’@084 33.434′(1.3RR), N 30 00.527’W084 33.916′(2.7RR).
Purple fruit edible, early fall. Muscadines eaten by blue jays, bluebirds, brown thrashers, catbirds, cedar waxwings, chickadees, downy woodpeckers, finches, flycatchers, mockingbirds, nuthatches, robins, rose-breasted grosbeaks, sparrows, tree swallows, thrashers, titmice, vireos, warblers, wood thrushes, woodpeckers. Coyotes, foxes, opossums, rabbits, raccoons, skunks and squirrels will also eat the fruit. Vines provide good cover for wildlife.

In 2013 longer blooming period extending into June.