Category: Currant Bushes

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Chuckleberry – Bare Root Plant

High-yielding Hybrid Berry With The Combined Parentage Of Gooseberry, Redcurrant And Jostaberry – So The Best Of All Flavours. It Shows Good Disease-resistance So You’ll Have Easy-to-grow Healthy Plants Giving You A Generous Crop In June And July.this Variety Tastes Good Straight From The Bush, But It’s Also Ideal For Desserts And Jams Too. 

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Chuckleberry 2ltr Potted Plant

High-yielding Hybrid Berry With The Combined Parentage Of Gooseberry, Redcurrant And Jostaberry – So The Best Of All Flavours. It Shows Good Disease-resistance So You’ll Have Easy-to-grow Healthy Plants Giving You A Generous Crop In June And July.this Variety Tastes Good Straight From The Bush, But It’s Also Ideal For Desserts And Jams Too.

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Currant Bush Collection

the Best Of Colourful And Free-fruiting Currantswonderful Straight From The Bush Or In Recipesbigger Harvests Year After Yeartake Advantage Of This Great-value Collection Of The Best Of Soft-fruit.this Currant Bush Collection Is Ideal For Container-growing (we Suggest A 40cm (16in) Pot For Each Plant) Or Growing On Your Allotment Patch So You Can Harvest Your Own Home-grown Flavoursome Currants Ripened From The Sun. ebony – Deep-flavoured Blackcurrants, Palatable  Enough To Each Straight From The Bush Or Save For Summer Puddings. Easy Picking & Easy Eating.blanka – heavy Cropping With Transparent, Ivory-coloured Berries. Perfect For Enjoying With Sparkling Wine.rovada – a Prolific Crop Giving You Multiple Punnets Of Redcurrants Every Year.ideal As Essential Ingredients For Pies, Jams, Jellies And Even Wine-making.simply Plant Bushes Approximately 1.2m (4ft) Apart If You Decide Togrow Directly In The Ground. Every Plant Produces A Decent Crop From The Second Year And Will Continue For At Least 10 Years.

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Blackcurrant Ebony – Plants

Blackcurrant Ebony Is A Variety Of Blackcurrant That, When Fully Ripe, Is Sweet Enough To Eat Straight From The Bush. unlike The Other Varieties That We Offer, Which Are Superb Culinary Varieties And Great For Puddings, Pies And Preserves, This Is A True Dessert Variety.the Currants Are Big And Early Ripening – Are Produced On Moderately Vigorous Bushes That Have An Open, Slightly Spreading Habit. So, Easy Picking, Plus Easy Eating!

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Pinkcurrant Rossalin X1 Bare Root Plant

a Rare Variety Giving Intense Pink Berriessatisfyingly Sweet, Not Sharp And Tartdelivered To You As Garden-ready Bare-root Specimenlook Forward To The Generous Clusters Of Pinkcurrants In June On Well-furnished Bushes With Rossalin From June. Pluck Berries Straight From The Bush And Into Your Mouth As A Refreshing Treat. There Will Still Be Enough To Gather For Indoors Where They Make Great Gin And Dessert Side Decorations.rossalin Is An Ideal Variety For Home-growing When Your Plot Is Subjected To Wet Conditions And This Plucky Pinkcurrant Thrives Even In Hilly Area. It Is Equally Happy Growing In The Low Counties Of East Anglia And Lincolnshire Too.ideas For The Garden:plant Your Pinkcurrant Rossalin In A 40cm Diameter Container Filled With Rich John Innes No3 Compost And Some Pre-planting Soft-fruit Fertiliser. This Will Get Your Bare-root Plant To A Flying Start.how Your Plants Arrive:your Pinkcurrant Plant Arrives To You As A Bare-root Specimen With Some Dormant Stems But More Crucially A Healthy Set Of Roots Which Are Eager To Get Into The Ground And Grow Well Over The Cold Months To Support Strong Stems From The Following Spring.if You Can’t Plant Your Pinkcurrant Plant Straight Away We Recommend That You Keep Your Bare-root Plant In A Cool, And Light Position (but Away From Direct Sun) And Keep The Soil Well-watered But Not Waterlogged. Aim To Plant Within 10 Days From Delivery.

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Pinkcurrant Rossalin X3 Bare Root Plants

a Rare Variety Giving Intense Pink Berriessatisfyingly Sweet, Not Sharp And Tartdelivered To You As Three Garden-ready Bare-root Specimenslook Forward To The Generous Clusters Of Pinkcurrants In June On Three Well-furnished Bushes. Pluck Berries Straight From The Bush And Into Your Mouth As A Refreshing Treat. There Will Still Be Enough To Gather For Indoors Where They Make Great Gin And Dessert Side Decorations.rossalin Is An Ideal Variety For Home-growing When Your Plot Is Subjected To Wet Conditions And This Plucky Pinkcurrant Thrives Even In Hilly Area. It Is Equally Happy Growing In The Low Counties Of East Anglia And Lincolnshire Too.ideas For The Garden:plant Your Three Pinkcurrant Rossalin Plants In Three 40cm Diameter Containers Filled With Rich John Innes No3 Compost And Some Pre-planting Soft-fruit Fertiliser. This Will Get Your Bare-root Plants To A Flying Start.how Your Plants Arrive:your Pinkcurrant Plants Arrives To You As Bare-root Specimens With Some Dormant Stems But More Crucially A Healthy Set Of Roots Which Are Eager To Get Into The Ground And Grow Well Over The Cold Months To Support Strong Stems From The Following Spring.if You Can’t Plant Your Pinkcurrant Bare-root Plants Straight Away We Recommend That You Keep Your Bare-root Plant In A Cool, And Light Position (but Away From Direct Sun) And Keep The Soil Well-watered But Not Waterlogged. Aim To Plant Within 10 Days From Delivery.

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Currant Bush Duo Pack

This Currant Bush Duo Pack Contains 1 Bush Each Ofredcurrant Rovada – Rovada Redcurrant Produces A Prolific Crop Of High Quality, Large Fruit Of A Good Flavour, On 6in/15cm Long Strigs. you Can Expect Up To 20lb/9kg Of Fruit Per Bushso A Plentiful Supply Of Pies, Tarts And Jelly Is Assured. blackcurrant Ben Sarek – ben Sarek Blackcurrant Is A Particularly Good Variety For The Small Garden as It Grows Into A neat, Compact Bush About 3ft/1m Tall. The Bushes are Vigorous and Frost Resistant. ben Sarek Is A Very High Yielding, The Large Fruit Is Easily Picked from Short Strigs. Ready For Harvesting Mid-july.