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Ribes rubrum 'Werdavia'

White Currant Werdavia

Pot plant
Pot size plant Ø 15cm
1 berry bush
Height at delivery incl. pot 40-60 cm
Edible fruit
£9.95
Stock 11
SKU
A08386
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The white currant (Ribes rubrum Werdavia) is best known for its use as a dessert currant. The translucent- white berries have an exceptional sweet...

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The white currant (Ribes rubrum Werdavia) is best known for its use as a dessert currant. The translucent- white berries have an exceptional sweet and slightly sour flavour. A pretty shrub with aromatic fruit.
  • 1 x Ribes rubrum 'Werdavia' 17 cm pot
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Botanical nameRibes rubrum 'Werdavia'
CategoryOther
Delivered asPot plant
aa_sizeØ 15cm
aa_height50-60cm
Qty1x
FlowersYes
Flower periodEarly Spring
FragrantNo
CutflowersNo
Flower colourWhite
FruitsYes
EdibleYes
Harvest timeJune - July
LocationSunny
HardyYes
Hardiness-15 celsius
GroundcoveringNo
NaturalizingNo
Plant spacing100cm
Plant Depth15cm
Preferred SoilAny soil
Fully grown in3 years
Full grown height125cm - 150cm
Mature width60cm - 80cm
PoisonousNo

How to take care of White Currant Werdavia

Prepare the planting site well before planting by digging a hole wide enough to spread the roots out. Choose a sheltered position in the sun or partial shade. It is better to place a bamboo in and tie the cane to wires or fence. Any reasonable garden soil will do but it will not tolerate poor drainage. Pull out any unwanted suckers before planting and plant just below the soil surface. Gentle press the soil back into place. Cut the stems to about 4" (10cm) above the surface except the main stem, which you can tie to the cane. Apply a general fertiliser in March, water in and apply some mulch of well-rotted manure. Prune between November-March and after 2years cut out weak and diseased branches. Always give winter protection against frost by applying some mulch and covering it at nighttime and removing it during the day. Water regularly and thoroughly during dry weather- keep the water off the stems. They require feeding in spring and summer. When the fruits start to appear, you will need to protect them from the birds, draping nets over it can do this. The fruit is ready to be picked when it's fully coloured and shiny. A dull colour means you have waited too long. Do not pick them singly; you will damage the other fruits. They make excellent jam and jelly and can also be used in pies and pudding and wine making.

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