Currants

  • redcurrant

    Redcurrant Bush

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    These berries not only look lovely but taste fantastic
    This bright and juicy berry is an extremely heavy cropper with an excellent taste. Like gooseberries and blackcurrants, redcurrants develop a permanent framework of shoots so can be grown as fans, espaliers, cordons, standards, as well as bushes.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Jonker van Tets

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: These berries are perfect to use in sweet and savoury sauces, smoothies, jams, jellies, and pies.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive bare-rooted and dormant. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.


  • Blackcurrant Bush

    Blackcurrant Bush

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    Rich in Vitamin C with a sweet aftertaste
    This is one of the most popular varieties of blackcurrant grown in the UK and requires minimum pruning between seasons. It is well suited to colder climates and frost pockets. It also has Mildew resistance making it a very hardy plant.

    Flowering in early May, the crop is ripe by the last week of July making it a mid-season variety. These plants produce heavy clusters of large berries along the stems.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Ben Lomond

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: This harvested berry is delicious in summery puddings, used for making jams or even freezing.

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive bare-rooted and dormant. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.


  • pinkcurrant

    Pinkcurrant

    £7.99
    (1 Plant)

    Pretty in pink with a wonderful scent
    This is a very old French variety producing beautiful translucent pink currants that have a wonderful scent and are bursting with sweet, juicy flavour. Fruits ripen from mid July.

    Number of plants: 1

    Variety: Gloire de Sablon

    Can be grown in: Dig a good sized hole and pop your plant in just below ground level and cover with soil. Can be grown in pots initially, however you will need to increase the pot size as the plant begins to establish itself.

    In the kitchen: Perfect berries for preserves and summery desserts. One of our favourites is a lovely pink currant and meringue pie!

    Can be delivered from: Late November to April. This plant will arrive bare-rooted and dormant. We will also include a handy grow guide packed full of advice to help you look after your new plant.