Rovada Red Currant
Prohibited to (DE,ME,NC,NH&WV, and by permit only to MA and NJ)
This Dutch red currant bears loads of large, dark fruit that is excellent quality and ripens 3 to 4 weeks later than Jonkheer. Attractive fruit and foliage and resistance to mildew and leaf spot make this and other red currant selections favorites for the edible landscape.
Red currants are among the most beautiful of edible ornamentals. With their full complement of gorgeous red currant clusters, these bushes are stunningly beautiful ornamentals.The attractive fruit and foliage and resistance to mildew and leaf spot make our red currant selections favorites for the edible landscape. Bright, shiny, red clusters of fruit are striking in the garden and they enhance any dish to which they are added. High quality fruit is excellent for jams, jellies and sauces, and it has considerable health benefits, including high quantities of vitamin C and potassium. Red currants are self-fertile. USDA Zones 3-8.
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