Multidisciplinary research in Budapest investigated a number perennial fruit varieties that
that can be grown in urban and suburban gardens. Varieties of blackcurrant, red currant, wolfberry and apricot were investigated and the best varieties selected on the basis of earliness of fruiting, production obtained in ecological conditions, low
to medium volume of shrubs and trees, plant density per unit area, self
compatibility and quality and
organoleptic characteristics, biochemical and sanogene of fruits. Recommended varieties are: Deea, Elita 124 and Roxia (black currant); Rolan, Jh. Van Tets (red currant); V2 biotype
(wolfberry); and Rares, Valeria, Carmela, Viorica, Bucovina, Ilinca (apricot).