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Since 1930

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Fall 2019 / Spring 2020 shipping

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Currants

  • Delicious in jellies and in juices, high in Vitamin C!
  • Currants will produce many clusters of beautiful berries the middle of June.
Black Currants (ribes nigrum) Varieties Available

CONSORT

Black. Winter hardy. Excellent source of vitamin C Makes great preserves and wine flavoring. Plant has a musky scent and is resistant to White Pine Blister Rust.  *PROHIBITED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE BEFORE ORDERING. (zone 3-7)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
8in to 12in single branch

$ 2.95 $ 2.65 $ 2.30
12in to 18in single branch

$ 3.35 $ 3.05 $ 2.65
12in to 18in double branch

$ 5.50 $ 4.95 $ 4.45
18in to 24in single branch

$ 3.65 $ 3.35 $ 3.00
18in to 24in double branch

$ 6.00 $ 5.75 $ 5.50
over 24in single branch

$ 3.90 $ 3.65 $ 3.35
over 24 in double branch

$ 9.75 $ 9.25 $ 8.75
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Plant Details:

Remove Currant plants from shipping box immediately and untie the bundles. Store Currant plants in a cool moist place. Keep roots moist at all times. Do not over water.

Requires a soil pH of 5 to 8. Plants will grow in any well-drained soil.

The top root on the cane should be 1” below the ground level. Plants should be spaced 2’ apart. Press soil firmly around the roots and water well. Water regularly. Do not over water

Fall or Early spring (April - May

Full Sun.


Red Currants (ribes sativum) Varieties Available

PERFECTION

Plants are vigorous and cold hardy. Self pollinating.  Ripens in July. Great for jellies. *PROHIBITED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. (zone 3-7)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
8in to 12in single branch

$ 2.95 $ 2.65 $ 2.30
12in to 18in single branch

$ 3.35 $ 3.05 $ 2.65
12in to 18in double branch

$ 5.50 $ 4.95 $ 4.45
18in to24in single branch

$ 3.65 $ 3.35 $ 3.00
18in to 24in double branch

$ 6.00 $ 5.75 $ 5.50
over 24in single branch

$ 3.90 $ 3.65 $ 3.35
over 24 in double branch

$ 9.75 $ 9.25 $ 8.75

RED LAKE

Produces clusters of large, sweet red berries in July. Vigorous, cold hardy, self pollinating. Makes delicious jelly. *PROHIBITED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE. (zone 3-7)  

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
8in to 12in single branch

$ 2.95 $ 2.65 $ 2.30
12in to 18in single branch

$ 3.35 $ 3.05 $ 2.65
12in to 18in double branch

$ 5.50 $ 4.95 $ 4.45
18in to 24in single branch

$ 3.65 $ 3.35 $ 3.00
18in to 24in double branch

$ 6.00 $ 5.75 $ 5.50
over 24in single branch

$ 3.90 $ 3.65 $ 3.35
over 24 in double branch

$ 9.75 $ 9.25 $ 8.75
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Cannot ship into DE, MA, ME, NC, NH, NJ, RI, WV


Imperial White Currants Varieties Available

Hardy white, translucent with pink blush

IMPERIAL

Translucent white with pink blush. Sweet and hardy. *PROHIBITED IN SOME AREAS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE BEFORE ORDERING.(zone 3-7)

Price Per Plant Per 10 Per 25 Per 100
8in to 12in single branch

$ 2.95 $ 2.65 $ 2.30
12in to 18in single branch

$ 3.35 $ 3.05 $ 2.65
12in to 18in double branch

$ 5.50 $ 4.95 $ 4.45
18in to 24in single branch

$ 3.65 $ 3.35 $ 3.00
18in to 24in double branch

$ 6.00 $ 5.75 $ 5.50
over 24in single branch

$ 3.90 $ 3.65 $ 3.35
over 24 in double branch

$ 9.75 $ 9.25 $ 8.00
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Cannot ship into DE, MA, ME, NC, NH, NJ, RI, WV

Plant Details:

Remove currant 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.