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dwarf Blackcurrant - Ribes nigrum Little Black Sugar (latin)

Area of origin: Horticulture
Adult dimensions: Height up to 0.90m
Foliage: Deciduous
Soil type: Rich and moist; avoid dry soils
Hardiness: Hardy to -20°C
Exposure: Full sun

Properties and uses:
The Blackcurrant bush ‘Little Black Sugar’ is a dwarf fruit tree, its height does not exceed 0.90 m, which allows planting in pots or in open ground in small areas. This variety has a good yield, is hardy (down to -20°C) and self-fertile: only one plant is necessary to produce fruit, starting in the second year.
The first fruit start to appear in September.

With the dwarf blackcurrant bush, everyone can enjoy an abundant harvest of black berries at the end of summer, without having a big garden or orchard.
This can be planted in open ground, in pots, and placed on terraces or balconies, or mixed with other small fruit trees; it is easy to find a good sunny spot for this tree!

Little maintenance required
The dwarf blackcurrant bush adapts to any type of culture and to any place.
When planting in pots, always provide a draining system in the bottom, made of gravel or clay pebbles. Do not hesitate to put mulch at the foot of the plant. No pruning is necessary.

Plant them now: the shortest way to your plate is through your garden!

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