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Hello I was wondering if any one can help me , I have just inherited a Boskoop Glory Grape Vine and while i can turn my hand to most growing needs i am a bit purplexed as what to do with this vine .I have a polly tunnel for it to grow in but would like to plant it in a container so I can give it the frost it apperently needs , my question is what size pot/container do I need and which is the best soil for maximum yeild .
I'm growing my Boskoop Glory in the ground outside up a trellis on the side of our terrace - I'm growing it mainly for its ornamental value (those glorious red autumn leaves) and grapes will be a bonus, although Bob Flowerdew indicates that we should get a good crop most years. We only planted it last year so we'll live and learn.
BF grows vines in 25 litre containers - info here http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2005/oct/15/shopping.gardens1