Currants

Currants

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Most fruit is produced on last year’s stems, so new growth must be allowed to develop each year. Do your pruning in the dormant season.

With black currants, once established, cut out some old stems leaving a good number of last year’s stems to produce a new crop.

Red and white currants are pruned to leave an open center (to improve air circulation).

Currants are self-pollinating. Most fruit reaches maturity in July. Generally they grow 3-4' HxW. Full to part sun, well-drained soil. Photo is not of these shrubs specifically, just to show approximate appearance. 8" (approx. 1.5 gallon) pot size.


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