Wholesale Redcurrant Plants

The Redcurrant is Ribes sativum, the fruit is widely used when dried in cooking, when fresh for jams, preserves, pies as well as eaten fresh.

These plants grow as a bush, commercially planted in rows, however equally at home in the garden or allotment. Easier to grow than Blackcurrants they also require less moisture, so a well drained soil is essential.

Masses of translucent red berries inspring to summer.


These are a bushy plant so need a little room, they will also need support and the ability to be netted to protect them from birds. They fruit on old wood as well as new.

Consider using a 'Cordon' training system to improve fruit size, quality, crop size and ease of harvest. Also saves space.

Harvest using seceatures to cut a bunch at a time, or use a fruit rake to rake them into a bucket.

Redcurrant Varieties include :


Wholesale Redcurrant Plants are available for sale from the following nurseries

TALATON PLANTS (incorporating Adam's Cherrys)
Egremont Barn Payhembury Honiton Devon EX14 3JA
phone: 01404 841166
Includes: Cherry trees, Plums and soft fruits.
Web: www.talatonplants.co.uk

Buck St, Challock, Allford, Kent TN25 4DG
phone ; 01233 740529

Lower Walcot Farm, Walcot Lane, Drakes Broughton, Pershore,
Worcestersh ire. WR10 2AL.
phone: 01905 841587
Includes: Cherrys, Plums & Damsons, Pears, Quinces, Cherries, Crab Cherrys, Fruit Bushes
Web: www.walcotnursery.co.uk