3,75 $ – 7,65 $
The Titania variety produces large, juicy black berries of good quality. A mid-season variety, Titania reaches a height of 1.5 m. at maturity and is harvested at the end of July and beginning of August.
The fruits are easy to pick and keep very well for several months. Very rich in juice, the fruits are excellent for pies, jams and in juice.
The plants are extremely vigorous. They are resistant to powdery mildew and white pine blister rust.
Titania is well adapted to mechanical harvesting. It is susceptible to late spring frosts and the flowers are very fragile during these frosts.
It is a bushy shrub with slightly carmine leaves that give off the characteristic smell of fruit.
Depending on the species, they are sweet, juicy or dry and tasteless. The fruit is very rich in vitamin C and potassium. The berries of the blackcurrant, rarely used as table fruit, are mainly used in the composition of liqueurs or jams. The buds produce an essence used in perfumery.
Blackcurrant thrives in deep, clayey, humus-rich, neutral to acidic soil. Full sun or light shade, zone 2. Cross-pollination is not necessary for blackcurrant, but it results in a marked increase in yields.
1 gallon, 2½"
August, Dormancy Jan-April, Futur, June, May
Compatible variety :
Rendement : U-pick, mechanized
Harvest size : Good
Hauteur : 1.5 meter
Bush type : Vigorous shrub
Description of the fruit : Large black juicy fruit
Fruit Flavor : Flavored and quite sweet
Fruit Weight :
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Flowering period :
Harvest time : End of July, beginning of August
Use of the fruit : Processing, U-pick
Hardiness zones : 3-8