European grapes (Vitis Vinifera) are subject to a disease called phyloxera
(Greek for "dry-root"), so that the plants probably would not have survived,
even had they germinated. Cultivated grapes are either phyloxera-resistant
hybrids with American grapes (which are from a different genus) or are
grafted onto American rootstock.
If you want to grow grapes, you can buy either of the above solutions, and
plant two-year old plants, which will yield fruit much faster, and (more
importantly) will survive.
Thanks I did a google search and found out that the seeds need to be
refrigerated of all things! Apparently they need about 3 months of cold to
trick them into thinking winter is over. So now my seeds are in the fridge
and will post an update on this in the spring.
It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly
American criminal class except Congress.
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