Red currant 'Junifer'

planting site / location:
sunny
planting distance:
80 x 80 cm
soil / fertilisation:
When bedding out use slow-release fertiliser and extra liquid fertilser when needed. Avoid waterlogging.
watering:
Keep it moisturised.
gardener's tip:
For cakes, jams and desserts or for snacking diretcly from the plant.
Early red currant to be harvested from the end of June. Large, uniform panicles with attractive shiny berries, perfect for snacking. Provides constant high yields with healthy leaves and upright, compact bushes and is very resistant. Perfect for permeable soil.

hardy

german term: Red currant
botanical termn: Ribes rubrum
plant height: 60-70 cm
life cycle: perennial
harvest season: June to August
flowering season: April to June
use: For flower beds and buckets on terraces or balconies. Fruits can be used for jams, desserts or for snacking.
colour palette: red