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Blackcurrant Bushes

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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New Blackcurrant Titania Blackcurrant Bushes

New Blackcurrant Titania Blackcurrant Bushes

This newly offered Swedish variety could turn out to be the most frost resistant Blackcurrant of all and also has several other fine characteristics which make it a highly desirable garden variety. Titania also has...

Noir de Bourgoigne Blackcurrant bush

Noir de Bourgoigne Blackcurrant bush

This is a classic old French variety that remains little known in this country. It deserves wider appreciation, not least because the flavour surpasses almost any other Blackcurrant. Rich, sweet, aromatic and complex, it makes...

Ojebyn Blackcurrant bush

Ojebyn Blackcurrant bush

 A popular variety on the continent, this is a stong growing bushy variety with relatively large dusky black circular fruits which are full of juice. Very frost tolerant. Plant 6' apart.

Mid season. 

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Russian Black Blackcurrant Bush

Russian Black Blackcurrant Bush

Was Russian raised was recorded in England  in RHS records circa 1826

Our stock hasn't been validated and assessed fully but an interesting addition to our range that ought to be suitable for more difficult areas.

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Seabrook's Black Blackcurrant Bushes

Seabrook's Black Blackcurrant Bushes

Early/mid-season, a compact, upright bush with medium sized fruits, borne in heavy clusters, flowers late. Good resistance to Big Bud. Introduced by Seabrooks in 1913. Practically identical to the old French black....

The Raven Blackcurrant Bushes

The Raven Blackcurrant Bushes

Very large, sweet fruit of even size; early/mid season crop. One of the largest bushes of all, but with an open nature and strong stems. The early flowers are well protected by the foliage. Outstanding...

Tsema blackcurrant bushes

Tsema blackcurrant bushes

 Tsema is a continental variety that was briefly popular a few years ago.

It is a hearty vigorous grower, a spreading bush that will benefit from a wider spacing than usual. The fruit is of good...

Wellington Xxx Blackcurrant Bushes

Wellington Xxx Blackcurrant Bushes

A heavy yielding early/mid-season variety, providing large fruits of excellent quality and flavour. Vigorous grower, with a spreading habit. Raised by East Malling Research Station and introduced in 1927....

Westwick Choice Blackcurrant Bushes

Westwick Choice Blackcurrant Bushes

Late season variety. Vigorous, compact bush, excellent for exhibition. The fruit is large, firm and sweet. A superb variety, but somewhat variable in growth. Grown from nuclear stock cuttings....

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