The American Wild Vine.—Attention Paid to its Classification.—Distinctive Characteristics of Species.—Delicacy of their Habit.—Traits of Good Quality of the Grape-vine.—Where Indigenous.—Its General Bearing.—The Celebrated Varieties of North America.— Their Favored Qualities.—Collective Sketches of the Qualities and Properties of the most Hardy Varieties.—Manner of Planting the Grape-vine, and After-Management.

The Elsanborough Grape

The Elsanborough vine is indigenous to New Jersey, where it was originally produced. It is noted for the production of a sweet, juicy fruit, which grows in medium-sized clusters, of a blue color, and is said to make an agreeable wine.