Red currant plant growing shrub‎ of the genus Ribes also known as Red currant, Red currant plant perennial deciduous plant can grow in temperate, cold mediterranean or cold subtropical climate and growing in hardiness zone 3-8.

Leaves green, with 3-5 lobes and serrated edges

Flower color pink, grow in clusters, 5-10+ flowers in cluster.

Red currant plant fruits

Fruit color red, the rind and the fruit transparent, size of the fruit 0.3-0.8 cm

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Requirements for Red currant plant growing and care:

Chilling hours, mulch, moist soil

What is the best way to start growing?
Plant / Vegetative Reproduction

Is it necessary to use vegetative reproduction?
Yes

Difficulties or problems when growing:
Sensitive to a lot types of pests

Planting season:
Winter, spring, summer

Pests and diseases:
Gall, aphids, spider mite,

Pruning season:
Winter

How to prune:
Dead and weak branches

Size of the plant?
0.5-2 m, 20-80 inches

Growth speed in optimal condition:
Fast growing / Medium growing

Water requirement:
Average amount of water / Big amount of water

Light conditions in optimal condition for growing:
Full Sun / less cold area Half Shade

Is it possible to grow as houseplant?
No

Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers:
Yes

Blooming information

Bloom season:
Spring

General information about the flower
Pink flower, grow in clusters, 5-20+ flowers in cluster.

Pollination is done by:
Bees

Edible fruits

Fruit harvest season:
Summer / Autumn

Fruits pests or diseases:
Birds

What can be done with big quantities of Red currant plant fruits?
Eat raw, juice, cakes, jam

Work requirements on the fruit:
In massive bird attack recommend to cover with a net

How long does it take to bear fruit?
1-2 years

Scientific name:

Ribes rubrum

Blooming Seasons

Edible Parts

Culinary Uses

Flower Colors

Climate

Harvest season

Plant growing speed

Plant life-form

Plant uses

Planting season

Plants sun exposure

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Hardiness zone

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