Mature black currant bushes, between 50"-60" tall in 5gal pots.
A compact, rounded deciduous shrub that can grow to about five feet in height with an equal spread.
Tiny yellow flowers will bloom on the black currant in the spring, but they're generally unnoticeable. What you will notice however, are the long clusters of large, red berries that follow in July.
High in Vitamin C and antioxidants, black currants are deliciously tart and suitable for many uses. Gently run your hands along the long strands and the berries will easily pop off and flow into your bucket—they're that easy to harvest!
Use your currants for pies, preserves, wine...or freeze some for later use.
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