Currant tree, shrub

CURRANT TREE:

BLACK
– perennial species grows very fast, blooms in May. Fruits ripen in July – August. This is a round, black berries. Frost resistant.

WHITE
– midseason white currant species. Shrubs are medium vigorous, medium spreading. Berries are medium size (0,6 g), almost colorless, sweet-sour. Clusters are medium size, contain about 6-7 berries, medium compact. In average 2-3 kg of berries may be picked up from one bush. Powdery-mildew resistant.

RED
– The clusters are long, compact. The berries are big, red. Frost and disease resistant variety.

CURRANT SHRUB:

BLACK – perennial, branchy, 60-150 cm height shrub. Flowers in May. Fruit berries ripen in July – August. They are round, black and often with dots.

RED
– the variety is medium moisture. The clusters are long, compact. Berries are big, red. The shrub is rather vigorous, with wide round crown. Frost and disease resistant variety.

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