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Titania Black Currant

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Original price $15.99 - Original price $15.99
Original price
$15.99
$15.99 - $15.99
Current price $15.99
SKU E735

Ribes nigrum 'Titania'

Black currants are prohibited to DE, ME, NC, NJ, WV, VA,  MA & RI. Permit required for MI. Rust resistant and ok for OH.

A highly productive, mildew and white pine blister rust-resistant cultivar. It grows quickly to 6' tall and produces bountiful clusters of large black currants. Plant patent #11439.

Black currants have outstanding health benefits, including high Vitamin C content, up to 5 times that of oranges by weight. They have twice the potassium of bananas and twice the antioxidants of blueberries. The antioxidants, essential fatty acids and potassium in black currants have anti- inflammatory impact, reducing the effects of arthritis. Its antioxidant action has been shown to help prevent cancer. The strong flavor of Black Currants is highly prized in Europe, even fresh, but most Americans prefer them made into jam, syrup or dried as raisins. Partially self fertile plants produce best with another variety for cross-pollinization. Bushes will grow to 4-5’ tall. We offer well rooted 1-year bushes. USDA Zones 3-8. Partially self fertile, get 2 different plants for higher production.

Click here to read our Currant Growing Guide

Size: Bareroot (1-2')

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  • Does "prohibited to VA" mean you cannot sell to those states or can only sell to those states? In reference to TITANIA BLACK CURRANT.

    Cannot be sold or shipped to those states. There is a quarantine.

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Inna
Great plant

I ordered three currant plants, and they are great!

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Cheryl S.
Late spring!

Very cold and rainy here until yesterday. Shipment arrived in great condition. We put each in 2 gall pots with compost and mulch in an area protected from deer. The root balls were impressive and appears we should get fruit this season..... Still has not broke dormancy however. So can't tell yet if they will, so will wait to put n permanent home until we know.