Red Currant Bush

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Scientific Name:
Ribes sativum 'Perfection'
Hardiness/Growing Zone:
Sun Exposure:
Full to Partial Sun
Growth Rate Per Year:
Average Mature Height:
3-5 feet
Average Mature Spread:
3-5 feet
Soil Type:
Clay, Loamy, Sandy
Soil Moisture:
Fall Color:
Wildlife Attractant:
Flower Color:
Pink and red
Can’t Ship To:
Shipping Height:
6-12 Inches

Product Overview

Ribes sativum 'Perfection'

The Red Currant Bush grows well in USDA Hardiness Zones 3-7. It typically thrives in Full to Partial Sun and has a Moderate growth rate per year. Once full grown they can reach a height of 3-5 feet and 3-5 feet in spread. The Red Currant Bush does best in Well-Drained Clay, Loamy, Sandy soil. This Plant is Self-Fertile. Be ready to see a variety of wildlife drawn to the Red Currant Bush as they can attract Birds. Once in bloom the flowers will be Pink and red in color. When receiving your plant they will ship to you between 6-12 Inches in height. We unfortunately cannot send these to the following states: AK, HI. We apologize! We only ship to the Continental U.S. and some states and the USDA have restrictions on specific plants. Please refer to the above section for a breakdown of the plant details and information. Happy Planting!  

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  • 5
    Red currant

    Posted by Melanie Richardson on 04/21/22

    They look great.

  • 5
    Red currant bush

    Posted by Timothy Hough on 12/25/21

    Well packaged ample root system

  • 3
    current bushes

    Posted by Luther Emerson on 05/26/21

    One plant is triving. Not sure about the other. Very little root was attached. Seemed to be in the mail for over one week.

  • 4
    It has leafed out and looks like it may make it

    Posted by Lynda Buchholz on 06/09/20

    I wasn't sure how this order would do because it came so late. for some reason I was rated to be in zone 3 and I am in zone 4. But the currant has leafed out and seems to be doing well. Now to see if it makes it through a winter.