Ok so I've been living here going on two years now. I have a pretty long driveway (200' ish)that is roughly oriented east-west with great exposure to the south. The north side of the driveway has a thick wall of spruce and jackpine that acts as a great windbreak, but in no way shades the south side. Along the south side of the driveway, roughly every 30', I've planted young fruit trees (plums, cherries, pears) Now in this 30 foot gap between fruit trees, I'm going to place rustic looking wooden arbors, 8-10' long, 5-6' tall and grow grapes on them. If memory serves I have 6 spaces. Most likely a mix of Fosh and/or Marquette. I am not opposed to moving these a few feet to the south so that they are not shaded by the trees as they grow. My question to you folks is this; How many vines would you plant per section? My gut says 2, but I don't want to crowd them. The trees are in the ground, and they're where I want them to stay, so how would you set up to get the best production in the space I have available there? This isn't the only place on my property that I'll be growing grapes, but I thought they would make the way up to the house look nice.