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Currant
Currant fruits have vibrant colors and are one of the first fruits of the season to ripen. They can be eaten fresh or used in baking or in jellies. All the currant varieties listed here are resistant to white pine blister rust and mildew. They are all self fertile .

1301 WHITE CURRANT
A mildew resistant variety from Sweden with good quality fruit. Ripens midseason.
Product ID: NSCU1301
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1301 WHITE CURRANT
BLANKA CURRANT
This selection is known for late blooming- making it more frost resistant, and later ripening. Large clusters of fruit are sweeter than most currants. A Slovakian selection.
Product ID: NSCUBLAN
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BLANKA CURRANT
CHERRY RED CURRANT (Ribes sativum)
Larger fruits. Early ripening of juicy, flavorful fruit. Mildew and rust resistant. Very hardy to Zone 3-8.
Product ID: NSCUCHE
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CHERRY RED CURRANT (Ribes sativum)
CONSORT BLACK CURRANT (Ribes ussuriense)
Large, sweet black fruits, on a vigorous, productive bush. Consort has a strong flavor not as well liked as Minaj Smyriou or Crandall as a fresh fruit, but good for jam. Consort is the highest black currant variety tested in antioxidants & total phenolics, making it a healthy choice. It has the highest level of resistance to white pine blister rust disease. Zone 3 - 9.
Product ID: NSCUCON
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CONSORT BLACK CURRANT (Ribes ussuriense)
CRANDALL BLACK CURRANT (Ribes americana)
Large shiny black fruits are very aromatic and are excellent for jam or jelly, yet sweet enough to eat fresh. Crandall has a fruity grape like flavor, very good, but different from European black currants. Native to the Great Plains. Very hardy & disease resistant. Yellow flowers with clove fragrance are attractive in spring. Good fall color. Zone 2 - 8.
Product ID: NSCUCRA
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CRANDALL BLACK CURRANT (Ribes americana)
GOLDEN CURRANT (Ribes aureum)
Clusters of fragrant, bright yellow flowers in spring followed by sweet and juicy, large black berries. Fruit keeps up to 2 months on the bush. A vigorous, widely adapted shrub, to 9 feet in height. Native from Nebraska to Washington. Zone 2-8
Product ID: NSCUGOL
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GOLDEN CURRANT (Ribes aureum)
MINNESOTA 52 CURRANT (Ribes sp.)
Among the largest berries of any red currant. Ripens midseason. Very good fruit quality and disease resistance.
Product ID: NSCUMN52
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MINNESOTA 52 CURRANT (Ribes sp.)
WHITE IMPERIAL CURRANT (Ribes sativum)
Beautiful, medium sized translucent white fruit. Sweet, high in vitamin C, flavorful, & productive. Compact bush. Zone 3 - 8.
Product ID: NSCUWHI
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WHITE IMPERIAL CURRANT (Ribes sativum)
JOSTABERRY (Black Currant x Gooseberry)
Thornless shrub producing dark fruits with a mild black currant flavor. Fruit is larger than black currant, but smaller than most gooseberries. Vigorous, productive & disease resistant. Zone 3-8
Product ID: NSCUJOS
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JOSTABERRY (Black Currant x Gooseberry)
ELK RIVER CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
Bright red flowers in great profusion. Vigorous, upright form.
Product ID: NSNSELK
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ELK RIVER CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
KING EDWARD VII CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
A select later blooming variety of red flowering currant. Dense form, lower growing than species, spectacular crimson flowers in early spring. Blue edible berries.
Product ID: NSNSKIN
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KING EDWARD VII CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
432 Burnt Ridge Road Onalaska, Washington 98570 Phone: 360.985.2873 Fax: 360.985.0882 mail@burntridgenursery.com
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