- Above ground: trunk, canopy, and grapes
- Below ground: root system
): canes, shoots, and stalks. Each stalk (aka petiole
) has a leaf or a tendril or a flower cluster (aka inflorescence
). When pollinated, a flower cluster becomes a bunch of grapes.
Note: canes or spurs have buds
; each bud has one or more shoots.
are in the angle between a leaf stalk and a cane (aka axil
); nodes produce next year's buds.