Definition of Bullace grape
1. Noun. Dull-purple grape of southern United States.
Generic synonyms: Grape
Specialized synonyms: Scuppernong
Group relationships: Muscadine, Vitis Rotundifolia
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Literary usage of Bullace grape
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1. Foundations of American Grape Culture by Thomas Volney Munson (1909)
"V. vulpina, Young's Flora of Texas, 1873, p. 201. V. vulpina, Chapman, Flora, SUS, p. 71. "Muscadine" or "Southern Fox Grape," "bullace grape," "Bull Grape ..."
2. Plant Names, Scientific and Popular, Including in the Case of Each Plant the by Albert Brown Lyons (1900)
"Southern Fox Grape, bullace grape, Muscadine Grape. The original of the Scuppernong. Less hardy than other American Grapes, but resists phylloxera ..."
3. A Treatise on the Vine: Embracing Its History from the Earliest Ages to the by William Robert Prince (1830)
"River swamp grape. Do. very acid. Sand hill grape, much larger than the preceding sort, and not so sour. Do. a different variety. bullace grape. ..."
4. The Practical Hotel Steward by John Tellman (1913)
"... known also as the "Bullace" grape, the source of the Scuppernong, is the largest fruited species in this country. It is found growing from Virginia to ..."
5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1903)
"A new indicator extracted from the hulls of the muscadine or wild bullace grape was announced. This coloring matter gives a red color with acids and green ..."