Vitis arizonica, or Arizona Grape, is a native vine that grows up to dozens of feet tall climbing on trees or clumping as a viny shrub. It is found along roadways, canyons, and in riparian corridors, between 2000-7500 ft. Can be used as rootstock for cultivated varieties, is excellent bird food and habitat and only female grapes produce sweet small fruit during summer. Prefers part shade to full sun with medium water requirements.

Arizona Grape, Vitis arizonica

  • 2000-7500 ft