Growing currants and gooseberries in your home garden Public Deposited

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  • Currants and gooseberries are closely related perennial bush fruits, both belonging to the genus Ribes. Their relatively small plant size, ease of culture, and distinctive, attractive fruit make them well suited for home gardens.
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