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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.

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



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* New * Introducing 'redpoll' Redcurrant Bushes

* New * Introducing 'redpoll' Redcurrant Bushes

An outstanding new variety which is unique as the first to be released from an entirely new breeding programme involving a previously unused parent. This species, Ribes Longeracemosum, has contributed Redpolls enormously long fruiting strings...

* Redstart Redcurrant Bushes

* Redstart Redcurrant Bushes

A new variety of redcurrant from East Malling Research Station, quite a breakthrough in research as Redstart is the first variety raised in this country for more years than we care to remember! Redstart was,...

Rondom - Late Season Redcurrant Bushes

Rondom - Late Season Redcurrant Bushes

A heavy cropper, providing good flavoured, quality fruit. In trials this variety has proved best in windy, exposed sites as the bush is not so prone to loss of the side shoots in strong winds....