Redcurrant Rovada is a very late, exceptionally heavy yielding redcurrant with good level of disease resistance that provides flavoursome large berries from early August.
Closely related to the gooseberry, red currants have a markedly different flavour and use. Redcurrants produce insignificant flowers followed by long strings of shiny berries, with a sharp flavour.
High in vitamin C these attractive berries can be used together with raspberries and blackcurrants to make a traditional Summer Pudding, or made into a tasty jelly to accompany roast lamb.
- Redcurrant Rovada provides fruits from early August
- Easy to grow with good disease resistance
- The large berries are borne on long trusses
- Supplied on 40cm bare-root stock
- Available for despatch late November - late March.