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***NOT TO TAS, WA, NT***  (Ribes nidigrolaria) Originally a generic cross between a black currant and gooseberry.  Thornless stems producing dark purple / black berries to 1cm across with a tart flavour.  High in Vitamin C.  Self-fertile.  Disease resistant.  Add berries to fruit salads, pies, summer puddings or ice-cream.  May also be used for jam, jellies and relishes.

Grows best in cooler areas.  

1 Bare Rooted Plant

 

(BERRYJOS)

SKU BERRYJOS
Shipping Weight 0.8000kg

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