The Crandall black currant is the most ornamental and sweetest of all currant varieties. Grown for beauty and fruit, the Crandall’s clove-scented, trumpet-shaped flowers bloom in spring. Enjoy fruit fresh or use in your favorite recipes. Ripens mid-summer. Very fast growing and attracts butterflies. Fruits second year.
4-6ft Tall & Wide
The cold hardiest of quality, plum-red currants, Red Lake Currant often bears full-flavored fruit the first year after planting, on two-year-old wood. The compact, deciduous bushes reliably produce large yields of up to 3-4 quarts when mature. The 8-10 inch long clusters of dark red berries are easy to pick. While the tart fruits can be eaten fresh, they're favorites for making into jellies, jams and desserts. Fruits ripen in July. Self pollinating.
Grows 4-6 ft. tall
Large white berries with iridescent skin. Berries have a sweet tart flavor. Much sweeter than black or red currants.
Great for fresh eating, cooking, jams and jellies and drying.
zones 3 - 7.
3 to 5 feet high by 3 to 4 feet wide
Just plant and pick! It’s that easy with the Goji Berry. Not only is the Goji Berry low maintenance, but also packed with nutrients that most find hard to resist! Goji Berries are also known as wolfberries. This 'Super Fruit' is believed to treat a variety of ailments and diseases. They are packed full of antioxidants, amino acids, essential fatty acids and are commonly used to reduce inflammation. They are safe to eat right off the bush!
This new, late-ripening gooseberry cultivar produces massive crops of sweet, reddish-black fruit with an delicious, complex flavor - reminds us of blueberries or grapes! The berries hang on the tall, thorny branches for weeks and continue to sweeten until you pick them off.
The hardy, upright, disease-resistant bushes reach up to 5' tall and 3' wide, are very easy to grow, and tremendously productive in even the coldest parts of the nation. Reliably self-fertile, but you'll get more production with another, different variety. USDA Zones 3-8.
This hardy hybrid of currant and gooseberry arguably gives the best of both worlds with larger long lasting fruit like the gooseberry and no thorns, like the currant. Berries are abundant and delicious eating fresh or for use in pies, jams and jellies. The bloom time is March/April when pollinator food sources are less plentiful. Berries ripen in July/August. Part to full sun for best berry production. Yield 10 to 20 lbs berries per bush. Berry production in 1 to 2 years after planting.
Hardy to zone 4
3 to 5 feet height at maturity
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