white currant


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white currant

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(Plants) a cultivated N temperate shrub, Ribes sativum, having small rounded white edible berries: family Grossulariaceae
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Noun1.white currant - garden currant bearing small white berrieswhite currant - garden currant bearing small white berries
genus Ribes, Ribes - a flowering shrub bearing currants or gooseberries; native to northern hemisphere
currant bush, currant - any of various deciduous shrubs of the genus Ribes bearing currants
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Redcurrants, blackcurrants or white currant bushes produce a phenomenal amount of fruit early on and are low maintenance.
Its light white currant acidity freshens everything up without compromising the tropical fruit flavours.
Last year, the farm grew some 15,000 blackcurrant, white currant, redcurrant, gooseberry and jostaberry (a gooseberryblackcurrant hybrid) bushes, 40,000 raspberry canes and 130,000 strawberry plants.
Last year, the farm grew around 15,000 blackcurrant, white currant, redcurrant, gooseberry and jostaberry bushes, 40,000 raspberry canes and 130,000 strawberry plants.
30am - 6pm, Sunday 10am - 4pm Produce: Strawberries, raspberries, red and white currants, blackberries, runner beans, sweetcorn Fee: PS2 entry fee, children under 8 pay PS1.
Red and white currants are also versatile and can be grown as standards with clear stems of around 90cm and planted as the centrepiece of a border or grown in a pot.
ma 2v CURRANTS BLACKCURRANTS, redcurrants and white currants are all great fruit bushes for the garden.
That means for raspberries and blackcurrants you remove fruited canes from this year and the red and white currants have the branching shoots trimmed to about five or six leaves.
Ribes contains 150 species, among them several wild species of gooseberry, red and white currants, black currants and buffalo currants.
BRYAN'S MUST-HAVES Condrieu 2011 - PS52 (Andre Perret, Chavanay, Rhone, France): Pale yellow with silver tints, fresh aromas of white currants, apricot and peaches.
Give a dressing of potash to red and white currants, strawberries and gooseberries.