• Ribes rubrum Rosetta
  • Ribes rubrum Rosetta

Redcurrant Rosetta

Ribes rubrum Rosetta

The Ribes rubrum Rosetta or Redcurrant Rosetta is a very productive , late flowering variety of currant . The fruit ripens in mid-July. The shrub grows to a height of 1.25 to 1.50 m and is 1 to 1.50 m can be placed in a gourmet hedge, in the orchard or in a bed. It is a...
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  • Delivery expected from 02/15/2023
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Description

Height at maturity 1,25 - 1,50 m
Wingspan at maturity 1 m - 1,50 m
Exposure Sun, partial shade
Flowering April - May
Hardiness -18°C
Origin Netherlands

Originally from the Netherlands, the Ribes rubrum Rosetta or Redcurrant Rosetta is a very productive, late flowering variety of currant . The fruit ripens in mid-July. The shrub grows to a height of 1.25 to 1.50 m and is 1 to 1.50 m can be placed in a gourmet hedge, in the orchard or in a bed. It is a self-fertile, hardy variety (it can withstand cold temperatures of up to 18°C) and is not very demanding.

The flowering of the Redcurrant Rosetta takes place in April-May. It is followed by the appearance of long clusters of large, light red, rather acidic fruits. These currants are used to make coulis, sorbets, jams and jellies. They can also be eaten fresh.

Ribes rubrum Rosetta grows in sun or semi-shade in rich, cool, well-drained soil. It does not like drought. To keep it cool and moist, it is recommended to mulch the plant. In February, remove dead wood, old branches and aerate the centre of the plant.

By planting one or more currants in your garden, such as Blanka, Van tets, rovada or red lake, together with blackcurrants, raspberries or jostaberry, you can create very interesting fruit hedges full of flavour, so that you can enjoy tasty berries rich in fibre and vitamin C all summer long.

Features

  • Common name : Redcurrant Rosetta
  • Family : Grossulariaceae
  • Category : fruit tree
  • Spread : 1 m - 1,50 m
  • Foliage : deciduous
  • Fruit : very long clusters of large, light red fruits, rather sour.
  • Harvest : mid-July to August
  • Use : shrubbery - free or fruit hedges
  • Soil : all
  • Earth to use : universal potting soil/garden soil/compost
  • Enemies : aphids - caterpillars
  • Possible diseases : resistant to diseases

Expédition & livraison

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  • Step 1 As soon as you place your order your plants are selected
  • Step 2 Each order is processed individually.
  • Step 3 Plants are packed, staked and labeled.
  • Step 4 Packaging is carefully implemented to avoid any problems.
  • Step 5 Packages are ready to be shipped.

Our delivery methods

Shipping of our plants throughout Europe (except overseas and islands).

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