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Berry shrubs grafted on a stem
Apart from cultivated value (fruits) they constitute a wonderful decoration of a garden. Especially useful in small gardens. Also suitable for planting in containers, so that they are able to decorate a terrace or balcony.
 

Biała z Jűterbog
DESCRIPTION: White currant from Juterbog is a spreading shrub. Clusters are long, cylindrical, compact. Fruits are large, rounded, with seeds visible through the skin, sour-sweet. One of the most valuable varieties of white currant, especially recommended for amateur planting.

Prymus
DESCRIPTION: White currant Prymus - Slovak variety. Compact, upright shrub. Fruits are arranged in medium or long clusters (17-30 fruits). Ripen in the first half of July. Pulp is juicy, sour-sweet. For direct human consumption and preserves. Suitable for mechanical and hand harvesting.
Weisse Versailles 
(White Weise Versail)
DESCRIPTION: White Weise Versail is French variety. Shrub of medium growth rate and rounded squashed habit. Clusters are long, narrow. Fruits are light yellow, large, sour-sweet, very tasty. Usually ripen in the second half of July. Variety is highly valued for the quality of its fruits.
Ben Alder
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Ben Adler – Scottish late variety. Compact shrub of medium growth rate. Stems are firm and numerous. Fruits ripen in the second half of July, average size, ripen evenly, does not fall down. Variety is suitable for mechanical harvesting
Ben Nevis
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Ben Nevis – Scottish, middle-early variety. Shrub is of towering habit and medium growth rate. Clusters are medium long. Fruits are large or average size with shiny skin, ripen on the clusters quite evenly. Fruits are of high processing quality.
Ben Tirran
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Ben Tiran – Scottish, very late variety. Compact shrub of a slow or medium growth rate. Clusters are medium length, single or multiple. Medium-sized fruits ripen in clusters evenly. Fruits are of high processing value.
Bona
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Bona – Polish variety, fruiting very early. Shrub is of wide habit and medium growth rate. Clusters are short, nearly fit to stems. Fruits very are large, firm, sweet and tasty. Ripen in clusters evenly and do not fall down. Variety is recommended for home gardens as dessert fruits and for preserves.
Fertodi-1
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Fertoid-1 – Hungarian variety, fruiting early. Wide-spreading and fast-growing shrub. Clusters are medium long and long. Fruits are average to large size of a wine-sweet flavour. Ripen at the beginning of July. Variety is high-yielding.
Jonova
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Jonova - bushy shrub of fast growing. Grows to 2 m in height. Fruits are large, black, ripen in July. They have sour-sweet taste. Suitable for direct human consumption and for preserves.
Kristine
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Kristin - Norwegian variety. Shrub of upright habit. Medium-sized fruits, sweet, slightly sour. Ripen from the beginning of July. Suitable for direct human consumption and for preserves. High resistance to leaves fungi diseases.
Narve Viking
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Narve Viking - Norwegian variety. Shrub grows to 120-140 cm in height. Fruits are very large, slightly harsh tasting, contain a lot of Vitamin C (over 200mg for 100g). Ripen in July. Variety is recommended for both commercial cultivation and home gardens.
Ojebyn
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Ojebyn – Swedish variety. Shrub of medium growth rate, rounded-towering habit. Medium-sized fruits ripen evenly at the beginning of July. Excellent industrial variety. Frost resistant.
Ometa
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Ometa - German variety. Shrub of compact habit grows to 1,5-2 in height. Medium-sized fruits, sweet, slightly harsh tasting, ripen in the second half of July. Provides heavy and regular bearing. Excellent for preserves.
Ores®
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Ores - Polish variety originated from crossbreeding between 'Ojebyn' and 'Ceres'. Shrub of average growth rate. Medium-sized fruits, very tasty. Ripen at the beginning of July. Excellent for preserves and juices, for freezing. Variety is high-yielding.
Ruben®
DESCRIPTION:Black currant Ruben - Polish variety. Shrub of medium growth rate and rounded habit. Medium-sized or large fruits, ripen at the beginning of July. Are of high processing value. Disease and frost-resistant. Suitable for combine harvesting.
Silvergieters
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Silvergieters - Dutch variety. Fast-growing shrub of vase habit. Fruits are large, slightly sour, ripen at the beginning of July. Excellent for direct human consumption and for preserves.

Tiben
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Tiben – Polish middle-early variety. Fast-growing shrub of wide habit. Clusters are short and medium length; a medium-sized fruits have high processing and preserves value (for juices). Suitable for mechanical harvesting.

Tisel
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Tisel – Polish early fruiting variety. Quite fast-growing shrub of towering habit. Clusters are short or medium long; medium-sized or large fruits ripen at the beginning of July. They have high processing and preserves value, suitable for juices and other preserves.

Titania
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Titania - Swedish variety. Quite fast-growing shrub with upright stems. Clusters are medium long. Fruits are large or average, ripen in the middle of July. Pulp is wine-sweetish, tasty. Suitable for mechanical harvesting.

Wellington XXX
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Wernisaż - Ukrainian variety. Shrub of towering habit. Fruits are large, ripen at the end of July. Variety is high-yielding, disease- and frost-resistant. It is recommended for commercial and amateur cultivation.

Wernisaż
DESCRIPTION: Black currant Wellington XXX - English variety. Round-shaped fast-growing shrub. Clusters are medium long. Fruits are large, wine-sweet with light flavour, ripen in the middle of July. Quite yielding and frost-resistant.


Detvan
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Detvan – Slovak variety. High compact shrub. Fruits are arranged in clusters of a length over 8 cm, dark red. Ripen at the beginning of July. Variety is high-yielding, recommended for commercial and amateur planting.

Erstling aus Vierlanden
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Erstling aus Vierlanden – German variety. Compact shrub of towering habit and medium growth rate. Clusters are long, compact. Fruits are average size, dark red, slightly sour-sweet, ripen in the first half of July. Excellent for home gardens and plantation.

Franken Wonder
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Franken Wonder. Shrub grows to 1,5-2 m in height Red fruits arranged in long clusters ripen in July. Excellent variety for dessert and preserves. Frost-resistant.

Holenderska
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Holenderska – variety of unknown origin. Round-shaped squashed shrub. Clusters are long, compact. Fruits are large or average, light red, quite sour. Ripen in the second half of July. Suitable for mechanical harvesting. Good for commercial cultivation and home gardens.

Jola
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Jola. Fast-growing shrub, grows to 1,5 m in height. Fruits are large, bright red, slightly sour. Ripen at the end of July. Variety is high-yielding. It is recommended for amateur cultivation and plantation.


Jonkheer van Tets
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Jonkheer van Tets – Dutch variety. Shrub of rounded squashed habit. Fast growing. Clusters are long, fruits very are large, dark red, pulp is sour, compact. Ripen at the end of June/beginning of July. Excellent variety for preserves.

Losan
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Losan – Czech variety. Shrub to 1,3 m in height. Rounded squashed habit. Clusters are compact, fruits are large, light red, flavour, ripen at the beginning of July. Suitabe for direct human consumption and for preserves.

Rolan
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Rolan – Dutch variety. Fast-growing shrub of towering habit. Clusters are medium to long. Fruits are large or average, dark red, slightly sour. Ripen in the middle of July. Excellent variety for amateur cultivation, high-yielding and disease-resistant.

Rondom
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Rondom – Dutch variety. Fast-growing shrub. Habit is initially towering, then becoming round-shaped. Clusters are long, compact. Fruits are large and average size, juicy and slightly sour. Ripen at the end of July. Good variety for plantation and home gardens, high-yielding.

Rosetta
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Rosetta – Dutch variety. Fast-growing shrub of wide-rounded habit. Clusters are long or very long. Fruits are large and average size, bright red. Ripen in the second half of July. Variety is high-yielding. It is recommended for home gardens.

Rovada
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Rovada – Dutch variety. Wide-spreading and quite fast-growing shrub. Clusters are long, fruits are large, red, slightly sour. Ripen at the end of July / beginning of August. High-yielding and resistant to fungal diseases. It is recommended for amateur cultivation.

Tatran
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Tatran – Slovak variety. Fast-growing shrub. Clusters very are long. Fruits are large, even, bright red. Ripen at the end of July. Variety is high-yielding. For direct human consumption and for preserves.

Telake
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Telake. Compact rounded shrub grows to 1,5 m in height. Fruits are arranged in long and thick clusters. Ripen at the beginning of July. Suitable for combine harvesting. Excellent variety for amateur planting and plantation. Disease-and frost-resistant.
Witan
DESCRIPTION: Red currant Witan – Czech variety. Shrub of medium growth rate and towering habit. Fruits are very large, deep red, arranged in long clusters. Ripen in the middle of July. Variety is high-yielding, recommended for commercial and amateur planting.

JOSTABERRY
Josta
DESCRIPTION: Jostaberry Josta – German variety. Fast-growing spreading shrub with strong thornless stems. Fruits are arranged in multiple loose clusters. They resemble gooseberry fruits, but have more delicate skin. Fruits taste like gooseberry, but with no strong flavour of black currant. Ripen from the beginning of July. Suitable for direct human consumption and for preserves.
Captivator
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Captivator - American variety. Fast-growing shrub, grows to 100 cm in height. Thornless type variety. Fruits are average or large size, red, sour-sweet. Ripen in July. Excellent for direct human consumption and for preserves.
Czerwony Triumf
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Red Triumf - English variety. Fast-growing shrub of spreading habit. Fruits are large, oval or egg-shaped, red and dark purple at full maturity, sour-sweet, tasty. Ripen in the middle of July. Excellent for direct human consumption and for preserves.
Dr Rokula
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Dr Rokula - German variety. Fast-growing shrub of a little spreading habit. Fruits are large, light green initially, than - red, very tasty. Ripen at the beginning of July. Excellent for direct human consumption, preserves and freezing.
Hinnonmaki Rot
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Hinonmaki Rot - Finnish variety. Round-shaped squashed shrub of quite a slow growth. Medium-sized fruits, rounded, red with clear stripes. Sour-sweet pulp, very tasty. Ripen at the beginning of July.
Kamieniar
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Kamieniar - Ukrainian variety. Fast-growing shrub of towering habit. Fruits are average or large size, oval, red. Ripen at the end of July. Variety is yielding, is especially recommended for amateur cultivation.
Pax®
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Pax - English variety. Wide-spreading and quite fast-growing shrub. Fruits are large, dark red, tasty. Ripen in the middle of July Variety is yielding, thornless type. It is recommended for both for commercial and amateur planting.
Redeva
DESCRIPTION: Gooseberry Red Redeva - German variety. Shrub of upright habit and medium growth rate. Medium-sized fruits, purple, a little bit hairy, sweet, slightly sour, easy to pick. Ripen in the middle of July High-yielding.
Remarka
DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Remarka - German variety. Shrub of rounded habit. Fruits are dark red, large, slightly elliptic, sweet and flavour. Ripen at the beginning of July.


Rolonda
 DESCRIPTION: Red gooseberry Rolonda - German variety. Shrub of quite fast growth and little spreading habit. Medium-sized fruits, dark red, slightly lengthen. Ripen in the middle of July. Variety is high-yielding. It is especially recommended for home gardens.
White Triumf
(White Smith)
DESCRIPTION: Green gooseberry White Triumf - English variety. Fast-growing shrub of rounded compact habit. Fruits are large, rounded, light green with white-green stripes, very tasty and flavour. Ripen in the middle of July, do not fall down. Variety is recommended for amateur cultivation and plantation.
Hinnonmaki Grün
DESCRIPTION: Green gooseberry Hinnonmaki Grün - Finnish variety. Shrub of quite of a slow growth and rounded squashed habit. Medium-sized fruits, green with clear stripes, sweet and tasty. Variety is especially recommended for amateur cultivation.
Invicta
DESCRIPTION: Green gooseberry Invicta - English variety. Loose round-shaped, fast-growing shrub. Fruits are large and average, green-yellow, slightly sweet and tasty. Ripen in the middle of July. Suitable for combine harvesting. Variety is high-yielding, very popular for plantations planting.
Mucurines
DESCRIPTION: Green gooseberry Mucurines - variety of unknown origin. Shrub of quite fast growth and compact habit. Medium to large fruits, elliptic, green, tasty. Ripen in the second half of July. It is recommended for both commercial and amateur cultivation.
Reflamba
DESCRIPTION: Green gooseberry Reflamba - German variety. Fast-growing shrub. Fruits are rounded or lengthen, dark green, slightly sour. Ripen at the beginning of July. Variety of high resistance and quality of fruits. Excellent for home garden and plantation.
Reverta
DESCRIPTION: Green gooseberry Reverta - German variety. Shrub of medium growth rate. Fruits are large to average size, round to oval, green-yellow, very tasty. Excellent for direct human consumption and for preserves. It is recommended for amateur cultivation and plantation.
Hinnonmaki Gelb
DESCRIPTION: Yellow gooseberry Hinnonmaki Gelb - Finnish variety. Shrub of quite of a slow growth and rounded squashed habit. Medium-sized fruits, yellowish with clear stripes, wine-sweet and juicy. Variety is especially recommended for amateur cultivation.
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