Small shrub with purple-rose flowers in hanging clusters. Thorn-free stems. Hardy, highly productive variety. Blooms in the spring and ripens in the fall. The 10-12 mm berries are fleshy with colours ranging from red to blue-tinged to black. Depending on the species, they can be sweet, juicy, or dry and tasteless. The berries contain high amounts of vitamin C and potassium. Full sun or light shade, zone 2. Cross pollinizing is not necessary, but can lead to markedly higher yields.
Highly productive, late-blooming variety. Yields fascinating large, translucent light-pink berries with amazing flavour. Flowers bloom in mid-june and the berries ripen in late September. Ideal for recipes, jellies, jams, and pies, or eaten fresh. It is the most productive plant of the pink currant family. Highly resistant to mildrew and other leaf diseases.
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Harvest type : self-picking
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Height : 1.2 metres
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Description of the fruit : large berries light pink, translucent
Fruit flavour : wonderful taste
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Flowering period : mid-june
Harvest time : late September (late)
Use of the fruit : transformation, self-picking
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