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Currant ID required

Post: #2165 Magpie
Wed Apr 20, 2005 3:42 am

We have what I am sure is a currant bush in our garden, I am just not sure which type it is. Is there any sure-fire way of telling them apart? I am mostly wanting to know if it is just one of those flowering ones, or a fruiting one. It's leaves are scented, like the flowering ones, but I would like to know if the fruiting ones have scented leaves, too.

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Post: #2870 Andy Hamilton
Wed May 11, 2005 12:47 pm

Not entriely sure myself have you tried google images and comparing the results with what you have?
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