An outstanding new variety which is unique as the first to be released from an entirely new breeding programme involving a previously unused parent. This species, Ribes Longeracemosum, has contributed Redpolls enormously long fruiting strings which can contain anything up to 40- fruits per string! Extremely productive, (outyielding Rondom by 22 per cent) very late season, extending your Redcurrant picking period still further. The bushes have shown some resistance to leaf spot. An extremely attractive breeding development, the fruits hang like a cascading curtain of sparkling redberries - truly when in full fruit, Redpoll could be described as simply 'dripping with fruit!' a fine sight in the garden. The bushes are vigorous and spreading in habit. For smaller gardens and restricted areas it is worth remembering that Redpoll has performed extremely well as cordon-trained against trellis or wires. This cultivar simply MUST be tried. Early ordering advised.