Categories: Small Fruits
Origin Charles Hooker, Rochester NY, 1887. Bush upright, twiggy, roots particularly susceptible to Armillaria. Strigs clustered at base of current year's growth, fruits small to average, clear red, midseason.
Medium green leaves are 3-5 lobed, and are aromatic when crushed. Red currants, although tart, may be eaten ripe off the shrub, but are perhaps more often harvested to make jams, jellies and pies.
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