This auction includes 4 wild grape measuring 1-2 foot from the top root to the tip of the shrub. Latin: Vitis riparia Other common names: fox grape, northern fox grape, plum grape, northern muscadine, swamp grape, wild vine, riverbank grape Mature Height: climbing Soil / Climate: Wild grape will grow well in shady areas, but for maximum fruit yields, prefers sun. Wild grape is quite hardy, though intermittent frosts can reduce fruit yields. Notes: Leaves are heart shaped and 2 to 9 inches long. Fruit is dark blue to black in color, and 5/16 to 1/2 inch in diameter. Wildlife: A wide range of birds rely upon wild grape for nesting and cover, and even more utilize its fruit for food throughout the fall months.