Black currants – one bare root plant
£4.00 for 10 potted plants
- Description: One black currants bare root plant. Black currant is characterized by high yields, a compact shrub which takes up little space, highly resistant to frost. Fresh black currant has a high content of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and flavonoids, including anthocyanins, which are necessary in the prevention of cancer.
- Fruiting: The fruits are sweet, greenish on the inside with a slight pink tinge. They store well and are suitable for preserves and eating alone.
- Planting and care:
– the shrub will adapt to any conditions, but it does not like heavy and wet soils
– plant in a sunny location, sheltered from the wind
– prefers organic fertilizers
- Pruning: black currant should be pruned from November to March, removing shoots older than 5 years as their fruiting will stop.
- Condition: one bare-root plant, ready to be planted
- Age of the plant: 1
- Fruits: end of July
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