Currants ahoy

When we took over our site at Milverton, there had originally been a cottage built in the 18th Century, and lived in up until 1960. Since then it has fallen into disrepair, and the site left to go. We took over the site in February 2019 and one of the things we discovered was a old neglected currant bush. We weren’t sure what type it was, but felt it was more probably a red currant, but we would have to wait and see. The bush had not seen sun for decades, we have been clearing and improving the site, and this year it has finally produced currants and they are Red. Its kind of a miracle especially with the weather we have had this year our other currant bushes are about a month to 6 weeks behind where they would normally be.