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Zilga

Vigorous climber with edible fruits. Light green leaves turn yellow in autumn. It climbs by means of tendrils that twine round the support. Inconspicuous, fragrant flowers in May and June. Violet-mauve edible berries are borne in October. Undemanding, drought-tolerating, disease resistant and very frost hardy (down to -40oC).

Particularly useful for growing on high fences, screens, arbours and unsightly buildings.

UK Area in production 2015: 

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Northernmost Vineyard Growing Zilga in UK & Eire

Latitude

Dalrossach Vineyard

Strathdon AB36 8TP
Phone: glenkindiegrape@btinternet.com
Aberdeenshire
57° 13' 4.0728" N

Largest Vineyard Growing Zilga in UK & Eire

Dalrossach Vineyard

Strathdon AB36 8TP
Phone: glenkindiegrape@btinternet.com
Aberdeenshire

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