The fruit of labrusca is large and usually handsomely colored.
Vinifera, the European grape, blooms shortly after labrusca.
The species blooms shortly before labrusca and a week later than Riparia.
All of its characters indicate that it is a hybrid between labrusca and Vinifera.
In its vine characters, it is much more like a labrusca than Delaware, suggesting that it is a Delaware cross.
Noah shows, like its parent, characters of both Riparia and labrusca.
The plant is vigorous, productive, and as hardy as any of the primary hybrids between labrusca and Vinifera.
Telegraph is apparently a labrusca with a strain of Aestivalis.
Vulpina is less resistant to black-rot than stivalis but somewhat more resistant than labrusca.
This name has been applied to many varieties of labrusca and Rotundifolia.