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Currant Black 'Titania'

$19.99

Common Name: Red Currant   A very large berry with excellent taste. Developed in Europe in the 1980's, Titania is extremely hardy and disease resistant, both to mildew and white pine blister rust. Growth habit is vigorous and up- right. Fruits heavily, with a long season of ripening, beginning midsummer and ending in early September. A bit milder than other cultivars, but with typical black currant flavor. Good for jams and preserves. Fruit is easy to pick and stores very well for several months. Mature height is 3-4 feet. Space 4 to 6 feet apart.  Currant transplants are small. When planted in fertile...

Currant Red 'Rovada'

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Common Name: Red Currant  A very productive variety from the Netherlands, Rovada bears abundant, long and striking racemes of very large, beautiful, translucent red berries. Rovada fruit is sweet and flavorful with some tartness, good for fresh eating and for making excellent jams and jellies.  Currant transplants are small, usually consisting of 1 stem 5"-10". When planted in fertile soil they will grow quickly the first few years. Sometimes as much as 2 feet per year.  You will get a small harvest the year after planting and each harvest will increase in size.   Size: Bare root  Zone: 3,4,5,6,7 SELF-FERTILE  HARVEST:...

Currant White

$15.99

 Compact bushes produce long racemes of white/transparent berries. The white currant is sweeter than the tart red currant. White currants are great for fresh eating as well as cooking or preserving. Disease resistant and hardy.  Currant transplants are small, usually consisting of 1 or more stems that can be 6"-12" or longer. When planted in fertile soil they will grow quickly the first few years. Sometimes as much as 2 feet per year.  You will get a small harvest the year after planting and each harvest will increase in size.    Do not plant under pine trees. Size: Bare root 1yr...

Currant Pink 'Pink Champagne'

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A very old, hard to find variety that produces large clusters of light pink berries on a compact bush. Still considered by many to be the best flavoured of all currants, it is great for fresh eating as well as cooking or preserving. Disease resistant and hardy.  Currant transplants are small, usually consisting of 1 stem 5"-12". When planted in fertile soil they will grow quickly the first few years. Sometimes as much as 2 feet per year.  You will get a small harvest the year after planting and each harvest will increase in size.     ZONE 3,4,5,6,7 SELF-FERTILE  HARVEST:...

Currants are a small woody shrub, hardy to zone 3. They are not fussy, will grow in part shade and even tolerate less than perfect soil conditions. These bushes bloom in late spring, and fruit is harvested in mid summer. Each bush can produce many lbs of nutritious berries. Want to see the nutrient breakdown for red & white(pink is a mutant of white), follow this link>
https://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/fruits-and-fruit-juices/1879/2

Red, white(pictured with lavender) and pink currants can be enjoyed raw, in smoothies, cooked or dried. Black currants are best enjoyed cooked as their flavour improves. Black currants make excellent wine!

 

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