• Description: Small deciduous shrub growing up to 0.6-1.5m tall. Has aromatic maple shaped leaves, small pendulous yellow flowers and attractive transparent berries with a pink tint.
  • Habitat: Grow in full sun or partial shade. Low maintenance and grows well in most soils but prefers moist well-drained locations.
  • Harvest: Flowers bloom in early May, and berries ripen July and August. The berries are generally the sweetest of the currents. Eaten fresh or used for jams, jellies, and juices.
  • Fun Fact: The berries are very rich in antioxidants and have a much higher source of vitamin C than oranges.

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