A particularly good variety for the small garden having neat, compact bushes about 3ft high which are strong growing and frost resistant. Very high yielding, the large fruit is easily picked. Ready for harvesting mid-July
New recommended variety. Mildew resistant. Very late flowering. Heavy crops of large, tasty berries. Well suited for juice Production, and is excellent for canning, jams, or preserves. Late season. Self-fertile
The fruit of Blackcurrant Ebony is very large often being twice the size of other varieties and when ripe it is sweet enough to eat without sugar. Blackcurrant Ebony can be frozen for use later in the year
Very large Mid season fruits of excellent quality on a vigorous mildew resistant bush. Another interesting feature of Titania is that it reaches full maturity in three seasons as opposed to four or five with most other popular varieties.