White currant 'White Versailles'

planting site / location:
planting distance:
80 x 80 cm
soil / fertilisation:
When bedding out use slow-release fertiliser and extra liquid fertilser when needed. Avoid waterlogging.
Keep it moisturised.
gardener's tip:
For cakes, jams and desserts or for snacking diretcly from the plant.
Particularly aromatic-sweet and decorative white currant. Delights with high yields of large, white-yellow berries. Fantastic for snacking directly from the plant or for fruitpies, cakes or jams. Harvest of the heavy panicles from mid-May to the end of summer. Loves moist, neutral to acidic soils. Upright growth.


german term: white colour shade
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