is part of our first crop of red currents 2006.
originated from Canada - as they fruit on old wood they require
a different method of punning than Black currants - Don't prune
all last years growth back
are self pollinating the crop yield is increased by having a number
of plants adjacent to each other.
not a sweet berry but are very rich in vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin,
niacin, and vitamin C.