A cross between a currant and a gooseberry, it is hardy to 40 degrees F below zero! Glossy black berries are much larger than currants, sky high in Vitamin C, and begin yielding in early July of its second season. Tolerates or is immune to most insects and diseases. Does well in most soils with little need for fertilizer. Self-pollinating.
Zone: 3-8 Light: Height: 4' to 6' Width: 0" Spacing: 5' to 6' State Restrictions: AK;AZ;CA;CO;DE;HI;ID;MA;ME;MT;NJ;NM;OH;WA;WV
Planting Season: Spring Years to Fruit: 2yrs. Fruiting Time: Early July Size Shipped: Foliage Color: Dark green Needs Pollinator: No