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Currant, Red Lake

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Intense flavor. Considered the best red currant.

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Large and juicy red berries ripen in late spring through the summer months, with intense flavor ideal for making preserves. Red berries, although tart, can be eaten fresh picked and are attractive to birds. With showy, bright red fruits and aromatic leaves, vigorous bushes make attractive hedges in the garden. Best grown in rich, well-drained soil. Very resistant to White Pine Blister Rust. Very high in vitamin C.
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3-7

Sun Light Requirements

Full Sun

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4-5 feet

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3-4 feet

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Perennial

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Bush

Food Use null

Edible Fruit, Sauce

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Ribes

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  • Zone
    3-7
    Sun
    Full Sun
    Height
    4-5 feet
    Spread
    3-4 feet
    Life Cycle
    Perennial
    Growth Habit
    Bush
    Food Use
    Edible Fruit, Sauce
    Genus
    Ribes
    Ornamental Use
    Borders