Cumberland Island’s Lush Grapevines

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On the lushness of Cumberland Island:

“On this island, before the late war, was seen a scuppernong grape-vine, nearly three hundred years old, supposed to have been planted by the Spanish missionaries. It was then pronounced a prolific bearer, producing two thousand pounds of fruit per annum, and covering nearly three acres of ground.”

Petals Plucked from Sunny Climes. Silvia Sunshine

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