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Closely related to the gooseberry, red currants have a markedly different flavour and use. Redcurrants produce insignificant flowers followed by long strings of shiny berries, with a sharp flavour.  High in vitamin C these attractive berries can be used together with raspberries and blackcurrants to make a traditional Summer Pudding, or made into a flavoursome jelly to accompany roast lamb.

Gooseberries, red and white currants can be grown as a bush, stool-bush, half-standard or upright cordon.

Available for delivery from late November - late March.

View Ken Muir's 'Guide to Growing Gooseberries, Red, White and Pink Currants'.

We have now stopped taking orders for bare-rooted redcurrant bushes for despatch this spring.  We will shortly be listing the varieties that we will have available in pots for despatch towards the end of May/early June 2021.

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