Large as Black Naples when properly pruned (267), and wholly free from the odor of the English species. The true variety is also a remarkable bearer, and far better for culinary use than the English varieties. It has been much mixed by growing from seeds.
A still larger variety, grown in Utah, of about the same quality. This can be grown in the dry region of the Southwest where other currants fail.
variety of this species sent out by R. H. Blair & Company of Missouri. As tested by the writer and the New York Experiment Station the fruit averages larger than Crandall and is more regularly productive. When stewed or canned it has also proven better in quality.