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Red Currants (Ribes rubrum)

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Red Currants (Ribes rubrum, petraeum and sativum crosses)


Very easy to grow and highly disease resistant, these bushes are super productive of pleasant sweet-tart fruits that make classic jellies, juices, wine and other cooked desserts. The red fruits hang on the bush for a long time for long season fresh eating and high ornamental value. We like to add them to our cranberry sauce(along with some finely chopped quince). High in vitamin C and other healthy compounds. They grow about 5 feet tall and wide and are self fertile. Hardy zones 4-8.

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The Honeywood Red Currant is named for the Honeywood Winery in Oregon. The Honeywood Currant can be eaten fresh, made into jam, or dried, and is fantastic for making wine. It is a beautiful upright...
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Early ripening variety from the Netherlands. Vigorous spreading bush has long clusters of bright red fruits with excellent flavor. One of the best!
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Impress your friends and neighbors with Red Jade’s spectacular long clusters of bright red, translucent fruit. Very flavorful with a hint of tartness, Red Jade berries are great for fresh eating ...
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Classic old American variety has easy to harvest deep red fruits with a high juice content and good flavor. Ripens over long season.
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Large, round, thin skinned bright dark red fruit ripens early. Good quality, very juicy with a pleasant sub-acid flavor. Medium to large bush is vigorous growing. Been known since the early 1800'...
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Large, round, thin skinned bright dark red fruit ripens early. Good quality, very juicy with a pleasant sub-acid flavor. Medium to large bush is vigorous growing. Been known since the early 1800's.