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Redcurrant Bushes
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Buyers Guide for Redcurrant Bushes

Growing Redcurrants

As well as growing your cordon red currant and cordon white currant as traditional bushes, you might like to consider growing them as cordons. With a planting distance of just 18", compared to 4' for a bush, they are much more space economical and if grown against a wall, they are easier to net against birds too. Pruning is simple and whilst crops inevitably do not compare to a full grown bush, they are still very productive, especially considering the space they take up.

CURRANTS AS STANDARD
Our red and white currants are also available as standards grown on a 3.5' leg. Much easier to harvest.

 

 

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*laxton No.1 Redcurrant Bushes

*laxton No.1 Redcurrant Bushes

Very early season. A strong grower and reliable cropper in all districts. Long bunches of very large crimson berries, ideal for all purposes. This variety consistently provides us with a heavy crop of quality fruit....

*red Lake Redcurrant Bushes

*red Lake Redcurrant Bushes

Mid-season. An upright, moderately vigorous grower, providing a heavy crop. The fruit is borne in long trusses and is large, sweet and juicy....

*stanza Redcurrant Bushes

*stanza Redcurrant Bushes

A mid-season variety with long trusses of large deep red fruit of superb quality and flavour, A very heavy crop of exhibition standard, flowers late reducing the risk of spring frosts....

Rednose Redcurrant Bushes

Rednose Redcurrant Bushes

A new heavy yielding mid season variety from Europe which we introduced to selected customers only last season. Initial reports are already very encouraging and we feel this variety deserves general release. Rednose forms a...

Rovado Redcurrant Bushes

Rovado Redcurrant Bushes

A Dutch variety with a good flavour. In our trials, Rovada has produced exceptionally heavy crops in late July, early August. This variety could prove to he the heaviest cropping of all varieties....