A Scottish bred blackcurrant, very heavy cropper and excellent flavour. Good disease resistance too.
One of the earliest Blackcurrants to fruit medium sized berries of good flavour. Disease resistant
£6.50 - £24.00
A high yeilding variety with very large berries. Resistance to leaf curling, midge and mildew. Ideal for organic growing.
£8.75 - £18.50
Red Lake is a popular variety due to its reliability and heavy crops of Large sweet juicy good flavoured berries.
Long, heavy trusses of attractive large pale yellow, pleasantly sweet berries with a rich flavour in early July. Makes a nice change from the usual black or red currant. Eat straight from the bush or good for cooking. Easy to grow and a reliable cropper.
£3.25 - £3.95
Nothing compares to the taste and bite of freshly made horseradish. Our selection is especially flavour packed.
An interesting hybrid between a Blackcurrent and a Gooseberry introduced in 1977. Producing shiny black ffruits the size of a small Gooseberry. Mildew resistant.
£6.50 - £18.50
The fruit of Blackcurrant Ebony is very large often being twice the size of other varieties and when ripe it is sweet enough to eat without sugar. Blackcurrant Ebony can be frozen for use later in the year
£8.75 - £18.50
Dependable garden variety with long harvest time, starting in August. Late flowering avoiding frost damage and gives very heavy consistent yields. Berries are medium sized, and of good colour.
New recommended variety. Mildew resistant. Very late flowering. Heavy crops of large, tasty berries. Well suited for juice Production, and is excellent for canning, jams, or preserves. Late season. Self-fertile
Very large Mid season fruits of excellent quality on a vigorous mildew resistant bush. Another interesting feature of Titania is that it reaches full maturity in three seasons as opposed to four or five with most other popular varieties.