Over the past few seasons, Len and the boys have taken out some ugly bushes. Len moved the compost pile to an easy-to-dump-into-from-the-deck location. Most recently, he and Becca fenced in another spot and planted . . .
seedless Concord grapes!
Seven or eight years ago I read about the recently developed Thomcord, a hybrid of Thompson (seedless green) and Concord (delicious, super-grapey flavor with huge seeds) grapes. At that point they were only available in California farmers' markets, but the article speculated that they would gradually spread nationwide.
I still haven't seen them in a grocery store, but Len found some planting vines (twigs?) on line. If they survive our weather and deer, we could harvest our first grapes in two years.