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Blackcurrant Bushes
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Buyers Guide for Blackcurrant Bushes

Welcome to our specialist range of blackcurrant bushes for sale. The blackcurrant bushes that we offer are all strong well rooted 2 year old bushes to ensure the best results possible in your garden. 

THE NEW VARIETIES WITH FROST RESISTANCE The Scottish Crop Research Institute and East Malling Research Station have developed new varieties that tolerate adverse weather conditions, flower later to avoid spring frosts and crop heavily, consistently from year to year. Always producing a quality fruit and consistently outyielding the older varieties. We particularly recommend these blackcurrant bush varieties - Ben Sarek for it's compact growth and big crops, Ben Connan for extra large berries, and Ben Nevis for hardy durability, yield and extra frost resistance.

Blackcurrant bushes should be planted 5-6'apart, except Ben Sarek which can be spaced as close as 3.5' between bushes. 

 

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*Ben Lomond Blackcurrant Bushes

*Ben Lomond Blackcurrant Bushes

A heavy yielding, mid-late season variety, raised by the Scottish Crop Research Institute. Flowering up to 2 weeks later than Baldwin, the flowers have good frost resistance and will normally escape frost damage. The very...

*Ben Sarek Blackcurrant Bushes

*Ben Sarek Blackcurrant Bushes

We were pleased to be the first to introduce this completely new type of blackcurrant raised by the Scottish Crop Research Institute. Ben Sarek is a new, compact variety and is the first of a...

Ben Connan Blackcurrant Bushes

Ben Connan Blackcurrant Bushes

A very special new variety that we are very pleased to introduce. Ben Corman is superb for growing in the garden with very large high quality fruits. These enormous berries can be as large as...

Ben Gairn *new* Blackcurrant Bushes

Ben Gairn *new* Blackcurrant Bushes

Bred by Scottish Crop Research this arose from a cross of Ben Alder and a very hardy Russian variety. It is very early flowering and early ripening but despite this advantage has shown little reduction...

Ben Hope *new* Blackcurrant Bushes

Ben Hope *new* Blackcurrant Bushes

Bred by Scottish Crop Research A new late season variety ripening 10 days after Ben Lomond, very high yields of medium sized berries, the flavour is excellent with a real blackcurrant aroma, In addition Ben...

Ben Nevis Blackcurrant Bushes

Ben Nevis Blackcurrant Bushes

A mid-late season variety raised by the Scottish Crop Research Institute. Heavy yielding, the large well flavoured fruit are of very good quality. Flowers 2 days before Ben Lomond but crops at about the same...