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Currants

  • Plants are dormant and are over 12 inches tall
  • Delicious in jellies and in juices, high in Vitamin C!
  • Currants will produce many clusters of beautiful berries the middle of June. 
Varieties Available

Bundle = 5 Plants

Red Currants - Red Lake - Heavy bearing, bright red berries on large clusters. *PERMIT REQUIRED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE.(zone 3-7)

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$4.80 / plant for 1-9 plants
$4.56 / plant 10 or more plants


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White Currants- Imperial - Sweet, hardy white. Translucent with pink blush. *PERMIT REQUIRED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. (zone 3-5)

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$4.80 / plant for 1-9 plants
$4.56 / plant 10 or more plants


Black Currants - Consort Black - Vigorous, very productive, ripens midseason. White Pine Blister Rust resistant variety. *PROHIBITED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. (zone 3-7)

Ships Spring Only

$4.80 / plant for 1-9 plants
$4.56 / plant 10 or more plants


Red Currants - Perfection - Large, easy to pick clusters with bright red fruit.Plants are vigorous, cold hardy and self pollinating. Ripens in July. *PERMIT REQUIRED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. (zone 3-7)

Ships Spring Only

$4.80 / plant for 1-9 plants
$4.56 / plant 10 or more plants


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Plant Details:

Remove plants from shipping box immediately. Keep roots moist at all times. Store plants in a cool moist place. Plants will break dormancy very early, mid-April. Suggest at that time to heal plant in ground outside, to avoid long tender shoots, or plant in a container.

Will grow in a range from 5 to 8 pH. Prefers a will drained soil, as it makes most of its early growth in early spring.

Early spring (April - May)

Dig a hole large enough to accommodate all of the roots. Plant so the top roots are at least 2" to 3" below ground line. Pack soil firmly around plant and water immediately. Space 2 feet apart.

On the outer edge of your vegetable garden as it will produce fruit year after year and requires no pruning. A 4 to 5 year old plant will reach a maximum height of 4 feet.