A wild grape ranging from Florida to northern Mexico to Kansas. It is about the size of a pencil erasure and half seed. The vines grow to 30 feet and up to the tips of tall tree limbs making them difficult to spot and harvest. Intensely flavored they make great jelly and wine. Collecting a bushel of the bunches will make a few batches of jelly.
This possum grape jelly is delicious on toast!
by Spidr March 31, 2009