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Redcurrant 'Rovada'

This redcurrant variety is a heavy cropper from mid July through August and one plant can produce up to 2'kg (6lb) of fruit in a season. The berries grow in long strings, that are easy to harvest. Redcurrants freeze well, and can be used in pies and jams 'Height and spread:…  More Info

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Currant Duo

…well so there is no risk of an unmanageable glut of fruit! * Collection comprises:* Blackcurrant ?Big Ben? - Fruits are sweet enough to be eaten fresh or used in cakes, jams and crumbles.* Redcurrant ?Rovada? - Bears its generous crop in long strings making them particularly…  More Info

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Dianthus 'Cosmopolitan'

Dianthus ‘Cosmopolitan’ is a real stunner, bearing single, cerise pink flowers with a striking redcurrant eye. One of the ‘Cocktail’ series, ‘Cosmopolitan’ is noted for its exceptionally long flowering period and excellent scent. Height and spread…  More Info

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Whitecurrant 'White Versailles' (Organic)

…earliest cropping whitecurrant. It produces heavy crops of large shiny white berries in long trusses from July. Whitecurrants are sweeter than redcurrants and perfect for eating fresh or as an ingredient in deserts and jellies. Currants have a long cropping season and freeze…  More Info

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Soft Fruit Collection A Prepacked

…A. Start the season with a February feast of rhubarb crumble with ‘Rhubarb Timperley Early.’in July a bowl of summer pudding with Redcurrant ‘Rovada’ . Then finish the year with home-made blackcurrant jam harvested from your own Blackcurrant &lsquo…  More Info

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Soft Fruit Collection B Prepacked

…Early.’ In June enjoy strawberries and cream with Strawberry ‘Cambridge Favourite’ and in July a bowl of summer pudding with Redcurrant ‘Rovada’ and Raspberry 'Autumn Bliss'. Then finish the year with home-made blackcurrant jam harvested from…  More Info

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