The only dedicated Currant Nursery in the country.
1 (800) Currants
1 (845) 266-8299
Currants can be grown in planting zones 4-7. Red Currants and their sub-cultivars, White and Pink are not only beautiful but their distinct flavors make wonderful jellies and sauces. They are the heart the famous Cumberland Sauce and the English wouldn’t dream of making a summer pudding without Red Currants.
Red Currants “Rovada”
White Currants “Blanca”
Pink Currants “Champagne”
Black Currants are the king of berries with more than twice the antioxidants of blueberries, 4 times the Vitamin C of oranges, more potassium than bananas, and a cache of iron, calcium, magnesium and manganese.
Black Currant Juices and Nectars are famous the world over for their unique and wonderful taste and health benefits. Our very own CurrantC™ Premium, All Natural, Black Currant Nectar is the first nationally available Currant beverage. Now you can make your own health packed juice right at home from your own Black Currants.
Their distinctive, tart flavor also make amazing sauces which is without peer for game, duck, lamb and most any meat and the litany of desserts is virtually endless. Few fruits have such a wide repertoire of cooking possibilities.
We grow our black currant seedlings in pure organic compost made right here on the farm. Consequently, they’re HUGE, between 15” and 18” tall. They’re a bit more expensive but you’ll usually get berries the first season instead of waiting 2 or 3 years as with smaller plants so, production wise, they’re cheaper.
All orders are subject to availability.
We also offer our own farm raised, fresh frozen Black and Red Currants .
The currants are packed in 5 pound bags and cost $15.00 per bag ($3.00 per pound).
Call or e-mail for orders and S&H quotes or you may pick up your order at the farm in Northern Dutchess County, NY. Pick ups are by appointment only. Please call for appointment and directions.
We apologize but due to individual state regulations, we cannot ship currant plants to DE, MA, ME, NC, NH, NJ, RI, or WV.