A garden fruit developed from the Huckleberry but with a superior taste. Ideal for growing in containers in the greenhouse, patio or conservatory or direct in the garden. The plants are loaded with small, sweet blackcurrant like fruits. Eat them direct from the plant or cooked where they are ideal for jelly, jam, pies or preserves. Fruits should not be eaten at the green stage but left to ripen to a dull black colour. 75 days, may require canes or staking. Surface sow or lightly cover, keep warm, germination can take up to 40 days. Plant out after last frosts in a warm sheltered area or grow in greenhouse.