Currants

Currants

Current CURRANT  RESTRICTIONS

State laws prohibit our shipping Currants  to DE, ME, NC, NH, NJ, RI, WV and MA., except by permit in certain towns.

Black Currants may not be sent to the states mentioned above, as well as Rhode Island and Virginia. Only-rust resistant varieties may go to OH &, MI. If you live in one of these states and believe your area may be exempt, please send us documentation from your state Dept. of Agriculture with your order.

(Ribes species) Although not well known to American gardeners, the pleasant, sweet-tart taste of currants has been cherished for many years in Europe, often used for jam, strudel and syrup. Deciduous currant bushes add upright structure (4-5’ tall) with fine texture to naturalistic plantings or mixed hedges, and they blend nicely with evergreen shrubs. The dense plants attract nesting birds, the flowers are favored by hummingbirds, and the fruit draws robins and thrushes. USDA Zones 3-8 unless otherwise noted. We offer well-rooted bushes.

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  1. Titania Black Currant
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  2. Risager Black Currant
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  3. Ben Sarek black currant
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  4. Ben More black currant
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  5. Ben Lomond black currant
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  6. Crandall Black Currant
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  7. Westwick Black Currant
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    $13.50
  8. Hilltop Baldwin black currant
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  9. Prince Consort Black Currant
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  10. Redstart Red Currant
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  11. Otelo Black Currant
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  12. Tatran Red Currant
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