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Blackcurrant 'Ebony'

…variety is the sweetest blackcurrant ever - so sweet that it can be eaten straight from the bush. 'Ebony' produces heavy crops of large, firm currants - up to twice the size of normal blackcurrants - which can be harvested from early to mid July. The plants are bushy with a…  More Info

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Currant Duo

Currants are expensive in supermarkets, so why not invest in a couple of bushes, that will provide you with currants galore, year after year, which can be used in desserts and jams. Currant Duo has two varieties that have big berries and produce high yields.   More Info

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Ribes odoratum

…smothered with small yellow flowers in April and May, which have a delicious sweet fragrance. Ribes odoratum is also known as the Buffalo Currant or Clove Currant due to its scent. Forming a medium sized shrub, the leaves turn to deep shades of red and purple in…  More Info

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Ribes odoratum

…by edible black berries that often persist well into late summer. By autumn, the foliage turns to bright shades of red and purple. This fabulous flowering currant provides a long season of interest, and being tough and resilient, it will grow well in most gardens. Height and…  More Info

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Blackcurrant 'Ben Alder'

…growers for juice production due to its high productivity. Bred by the Scottish Crop Research Institute, this very hardy and low maintenance currant is late flowering and so escapes spring frosts. It has good resistance to mildew and leaf spot. Height and Spread: 120cm (47in…  More Info

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Whitecurrant 'White Versailles' (Organic)

…in long trusses from July. Whitecurrants are sweeter than redcurrants and perfect for eating fresh or as an ingredient in deserts and jellies. Currants have a long cropping season and freeze well. From the second season onwards each plant will produce over 3.5kg (over 7lb)…  More Info

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Soft Fruit Collection A Prepacked

…Blackcurrant ‘Ebony’(1 x bare root plant) - The sweetest blackcurrant ever! An outstanding dessert variety, producing large firm currants up to twice the size of normal blackcurrants and so sweet they can be eaten straight from the bush. Harvest from early to mid…  More Info

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Ribes sanguineum

Strong, hardy and reliable, this Flowering Currant is a deciduous shrub that is worth planting for its pleasant spring colour. With a fragrant foliage, characteristic of all plants of this variety, Ribes sanguineum displays pendulous dark red clusters of flowers early in the year…  More Info

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Ribes sanguineum 'King Edward Vii'

…Later in the year these develop into black berries, that provide interest in the autumn months, and a food source for garden birds. This Flowering Currant is a low maintenance shrub that is a good choice for a medium sized cottage, woodland or informal city garden. This…  More Info

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Tomato 'Cherry Cascade'

Basket/ Container. Possibly the world's most prolific cascading cherry tomato rewarding you with a massive number of sweet and juicy currant sized fruits throughout the summer. Tomato 'Cherry Cascade' is ideal for growing in a hanging basket or container and requires no sideshooting…  More Info

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Soft Fruit Collection B Prepacked

…Blackcurrant ‘Ebony’(1 x bare root plant) - The sweetest blackcurrant ever! An outstanding dessert variety, producing large firm currants up to twice the size of normal blackcurrants and so sweet they can be eaten straight from the bush. Harvest from early to mid…  More Info

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