- Flower nameRedcurrant
- Scientific nameRibes rubrum
- Aliasグロゼイユ, Groseille, セイヨウスグリ, Redcurrant
- Place of originFrance and Poland
- Place of floweringGarden, Orchard
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Redcurrant
Redcurrant, red currant or Aka suguri (scientific name: Ribes rubrum) is native to France and Poland, and is a deciduous shrub. In spring, a lot of yellow-green florets bloom downward in the inflorescence. In fact, it is the sepals that look like flowers, and the petals are small and unobtrusive. In summer, many red spherical fruits are formed. There are red and white red currants (fused acid clusters). Red fruits have a sour taste and are eaten for processing juices, jams and jellies.
General name: Redcurrant, scientific name: Ribes rubrum, Also name: Red Currant, Redcurrant, Aka suguri , leaf shape: circular kidney shape, leaf width: 3-8 cm, leaf margin: shallow 3-5 Fissure, leaf inflorescence: spiral, flower color: yellow-green, inflorescence form: raceme, inflorescence length: 4-8 cm, flowering period: April-May, fruiting period: June-July, fruit color: red, Fruit shape: spherical, fruit diameter: 0.8-1.2 cm.