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Black and red Currant and Gooseberry (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)

We offer several cultivars of blackcurrant and red currant and also gooseberries that have been selected for their production and resistance for zones 2 to 3. These small fruits are in high demand and contribute a lot to an edible forest or edible plantation.

For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.

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Very hardy, productive variety with good resistance to powdery mildew. Produces large, translucent berries with smooth, red skin and juicy, tangy flesh in mid-July. Delicious to munch, the berries are ideal for jams, jellies and pies. Hardiness zone: 3

Very hardy, productive variety with good resistance to powdery mildew. Produces large, translucent berries... more

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Ben Nevis currant
Ben Nevis currant

Zone 3 A very productive variety, with large bunches of low-acid black fruit. This variety is self-fertile and has good disease resistance. Enjoy blackcurrants in juices, jams, pies or as an accompaniment to savory dishes. Preferably planted in autumn or spring, with regular watering.

Zone 3 A very productive variety, with large bunches of low-acid black fruit. This variety is... more

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Black Currant  'Ben Tiran' Black Currant  'Ben Tiran'
Black Currant 'Ben Tiran'

Dark purple to black colour berries bursting with anti-oxidants on a shrub, used in traditional herbalism. In order to encourage the production of young shoots, remove branches 4 years of age or older from the ground. They are recognized by their very dark bark. Ideally keep 12 branches per mature plant.... more

Dark purple to black colour berries bursting with anti-oxidants on a shrub, used in traditional herbalism.... more

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Black Currant Ben Sareck
Black Currant Ben Sareck

This dwarf shrub grows to 3-4 feet high and produces large, high-quality black berries in mid-july, year after year. The large berries are flavourful. The plant withstands freezing temperatures and associated depredation. Berries can be eaten fresh off the plant or made into jams, jellies, and pies. Zone 3a

This dwarf shrub grows to 3-4 feet high and produces large, high-quality black berries in mid-july, year... more

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Black Currant Black Wellington
Black Currant Black Wellington

25% DISCOUNT, ON SITE AND ON DELIVERY The Black Wellington blackcurrant is an early, vigorous variety, with beautiful bunches of slightly acid black fruit. Enjoy blackcurrants in juices, jams, pies or as an accompaniment to savory dishes. Preferably planted in autumn or spring, with regular watering.... more

25% DISCOUNT, ON SITE AND ON DELIVERY The Black Wellington blackcurrant is an early, vigorous... more

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Black Currant Consort Black Currant Consort
Black Currant Consort

Zone 3 Large, fragrant black berries. Harvested mid-season (July). Sweet, unique, musky taste. Maximum fruit production on 2-3 year-old branches. Addition of well-decomposed manure in autumn. Rust-resistant variety. Perfect for jams and jellies.

Zone 3 Large, fragrant black berries. Harvested mid-season (July). Sweet, unique, musky taste. Maximum... more

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Blackcurrant 'Titania' Blackcurrant 'Titania'
Blackcurrant 'Titania'

The unique sweet-tart taste of currants has been cherished for many years in Europe. Currants are not well known to gardeners. Red currants are among the most beautiful of fruits. Their bright, shiny red clusters enhance any dish to which they are added. Amazing but true: black currants have 5 times the Vitamin C... more

The unique sweet-tart taste of currants has been cherished for many years in Europe. Currants are not well... more

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Currant White Pearl
Currant White Pearl

White Pearl is an albino currant cultivar, less colour but much more versatile than red currant. In Europe, gardeners have grown and love this beautiful edible shrub for many years. White Pearl is self-pollinating. The sweet and delicious berries, a translucent greenish white colour, are delicious for... more

White Pearl is an albino currant cultivar, less colour but much more versatile than red currant. In Europe,... more

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Gooseberry 'Black Velvet' (Ribes grossularia) Gooseberry 'Black Velvet' (Ribes grossularia)
Gooseberry 'Black Velvet' (Ribes grossularia)

The deep purple fruits are the size of seedless grapes. They are very vigorous in growth. Flavor is very good to excellent when they ripen on the bush. Black Velvet has won awards for its superb qualities and disease and mildew resistance. Space 5' circle. Zones 4, possible in zone 3b also.

The deep purple fruits are the size of seedless grapes. They are very vigorous in growth. Flavor is very... more

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Gooseberry 'Captivator'
Gooseberry 'Captivator'

Zone 2b Captivator Gooseberry is a European-American hybrid that produces very sweet, 1 inch, teardrop-shaped, red berries in large clusters that can be used in jellies, jams and juice on semi-thornless canes.

Zone 2b Captivator Gooseberry is a European-American hybrid that produces very sweet, 1 inch,... more

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Gooseberry 'Hinnomaeki Red' Gooseberry 'Hinnomaeki Red'
Gooseberry 'Hinnomaeki Red'

Height: 4'   and usually Spread: 4' Growing Zone: 3 Growth Habit: Mounding Cross Pollinator: Self fertile Fruit Color: Red Taste & Texture: Sweet, tangy outer skin Ripening Period: Late July Fruit Size: 1" Uses: Preserves, pies Garden Tip: Remove one third of the canes to the... more

Height: 4'   and usually Spread: 4' Growing Zone: 3 Growth Habit: Mounding Cross... more

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Gooseberry 'Invicta' (Ribes grossularia) Gooseberry 'Invicta' (Ribes grossularia)
Gooseberry 'Invicta' (Ribes grossularia)

Twice the production of other green gooseberries with a sweet, mild tart taste.This plant bears abundant crops of large berries that are delicious fresh or in pies or preserves. Mildew-resistant and cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating. Prefer a sandy loam. Well drained soil in a partial shade or full sun... more

Twice the production of other green gooseberries with a sweet, mild tart taste.This plant bears abundant... more

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Gooseberry 'pixwell' (Ribes grossularia) Gooseberry 'pixwell' (Ribes grossularia)
Gooseberry 'pixwell' (Ribes grossularia)

Enjoy easy harvests from nearly thorn-free plants. Irresistible in jellies and pies. Fruit is ripe when color changes from spring green to blush pink. Carefree plants. Cold hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating. Note Best grown in organically rich, fertile, medium moisture, well-drained clay or silt loams in... more

Enjoy easy harvests from nearly thorn-free plants. Irresistible in jellies and pies. Fruit is ripe when... more

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Gooseberry 'Poorman' (Ribes grossularia)
Gooseberry 'Poorman' (Ribes grossularia)

Culture Best grown in organically rich, fertile, medium moisture, well-drained clay or silt loams in full sun to part shade. Prefers full sun, but some part afternoon shade is appreciated in hot summer climates such as the St. Louis area. Gooseberries generally do not perform well in the hot and humid climates... more

Culture Best grown in organically rich, fertile, medium moisture, well-drained clay or silt loams in full... more

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Gooseberry 'Sebastien'
Gooseberry 'Sebastien'

This variety was developed by Ottawa. The plant has few thorns, is very vigorous and productive. Fruit is reddish and of average size. Average sensitivity to powdery mildew (oidium)

This variety was developed by Ottawa. The plant has few thorns, is very vigorous and productive. Fruit is... more

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Gooseberry 'Tixia'
Gooseberry 'Tixia'

A mid-season gooseberry plant, moderately thorny and very productive. Its fruit is light red and very delicious. The plants are vigorous and resistant to disease.

A mid-season gooseberry plant, moderately thorny and very productive. Its fruit is light red and very... more

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Gooseberry 'Welcome'
Gooseberry 'Welcome'

Red, medium-sized fruit, early July. Hardiness zone : 3 Height at maturity: 1.2m Width at maturity: 1.2m

Red, medium-sized fruit, early July. Hardiness zone : 3 Height at maturity: 1.2m Width at maturity:... more

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Gooseberry Jahns Prairie
Gooseberry Jahns Prairie

The Jahns Prairie gooseberry produces delicious large, rounded, dark red berries. Mid-season variety that is very resistant to diseases, pest insects, and frost. Thorny variety. The berries make perfect desserts. Height : 1.5 metres Width : 1.5 metres Rusticity zone : 3 Fruit description : Large,... more

The Jahns Prairie gooseberry produces delicious large, rounded, dark red berries. Mid-season variety that is... more

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Jostaberry Jostaberry
Jostaberry

Zone 3a Wonderful large tasting berry which is a cross between a black currant and a gooseberry. Plants have foliage of the currant and are thornless. Dark purple berries with clear flesh are great for jams, jellies or juices. High in vitamin C. Mildew resistant.

Zone 3a Wonderful large tasting berry which is a cross between a black currant and a gooseberry. Plants... more

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Mystery currant or gooseberry Mystery currant or gooseberry
Mystery currant or gooseberry

Blackcurrant or redcurrant or gooseberry, variety unknown.

Blackcurrant or redcurrant or gooseberry, variety unknown.

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Red currant 'red lake' (Ribes rubrum ) Red currant 'red lake' (Ribes rubrum )
Red currant 'red lake' (Ribes rubrum )

On presale: available mid June 2024 Best grown in organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers cool summer climates. Some part afternoon shade is appreciated in hot summer climates. Best sited in locations protected from strong winter winds and frost pockets.... more

On presale: available mid June 2024 Best grown in organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soil... more

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Red current 'Resista' (Ribes rubrum )
Red current 'Resista' (Ribes rubrum )

Very easy to grow and highly disease resistant, these bushes are super productive of pleasant sweet-tart fruits that make classic jellies, juices, wine and other cooked desserts. The red fruits hang on the bush for a long time for long season fresh eating and high ornamental value. We like to add them to our... more

Very easy to grow and highly disease resistant, these bushes are super productive of pleasant sweet-tart... more

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Red current 'Rovada'
Red current 'Rovada'

On Presale: available mid June 2024 Shrub 3 to 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) in height. Good hardiness, fruit arrive in mid-July with a very good production of small clusters of clear red berries. The fruit can be frozen or even use in your homemade jams.  Rich in antioxidants

On Presale: available mid June 2024 Shrub 3 to 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) in height. Good hardiness,... more

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Red current Pink Champagne
Red current Pink Champagne

Compact shrub 3-5 feet (90 - 150 cm) in height. Good hardiness, mid-July harvest, very good production of pink champagne coloured fruit Less tart  than red currants  but also rich in antioxidants. The fruit can be frozen or even use in your homemade recipes.

Compact shrub 3-5 feet (90 - 150 cm) in height. Good hardiness, mid-July harvest, very good production... more

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