Black, red, and white currants are among the easiest fruits to grow. They all produce heavy crops which you can eat fresh or preserve into delicious jams, chutneys, and other year-round treats.
You can learn more about growing berries on our resources page.
Bareroot berries | January to March
Nearly all of our berries are sold in bareroot from January to March. We find this is the best way to get your berries started since they're dormant until the weather warms up in spring.
Potted berries | all year round
Some berries are notoriously difficult to get started from bareroot (ahem, raspberries), as many gardeners will have experienced. Because of this, we also stock a large selection of potted berries in spring and throughout the rest of the year. The best selection, and the best time to plant in order to have ripe summer berries the same year, is in spring (April to June). Outside of these times our selection can be limited.