Pink Champagne Currant Plants

Pink Champagne

Quantity Price
1 – 9 $12.60
10 – 49 $11.55
50 $10.75

This is the tastiest currant on the market for fresh eating!  Pink Champagne currant is a vigorous upright bush, free of leaf diseases, with a beautiful translucent pink fruit. Pink Champagne is easy to grow, produces fruit of high quality and good flavor.

Berry Color: Pink
Berry Size: Medium
Best in Zones: 3 - 7
Flavor: Excellent
Freezing Quality: Good
Habit: Upright
Resistant to: Mildew
Ships as: Plug Plant
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We recommend a soil pH level of 6.0 - 6.5 for currant plants.
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Currant plants bear fruit 1 year after planting.
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Easy to grow!
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Massachusetts state government has mandated planting restrictions for this product. If we are unable to ship to your zip code, it will be removed from your cart at checkout. ***There are also planting restrictions in other states. Please contact your local extension office or the Department of Agriculture for current regulations.
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This is what one currant plant looks like when it is shipped.


I have two of these plants from Nourse, which I planted several years ago. They are delicious for fresh eating and often top our summer fruit salads. They produce heavily, are easy to pick and freeze reasonably well.

Home Grower
Zone 5

My plant is growing well, this is year 2 and we have berries and the berries are very bitter and sour. I was told they would be sweet. If you have any suggestions let me know or the bush is coming out. I did not buy from this grower, looking for some help.

Home Grower
Zone 4

I'm amazed at how well these plants are doing. They are branching out like crazy with tons of fruit on last year's branches. I just picked a quart of fruit from my 4 plants - this is only the plants' second year - and there's another quart or two out there still. They make delicious jelly, and the berries are so unique looking. Nice that the berries "hide" under the leaves so our voracious birds can't find them easily.

Home Grower
Zone 4

Purchased 3-4 years ago. Plant has gone gangbusters. Last Fall pruned severely sad it became huge and visitors could barely enter yard as it is situated at deck corner and extended into walkway. Once severely pruned thought no fruit 2020. Lol. It has become ginormous once again heavily laden w currants.
Picking and preserving my priority for today!!!

nancy d
Home Grower
Zone 6

I've never had such a pitiful plant. This is my third year having the plant and it's still only 6" tall!!! As soon as I received it, it got a rust and completely defoliated. The next year it started out looking good, then in the summer looked like it was about to die and never regrew any leaves. This year I see some new leaves at the base. Again, it's only 6" tall and most of it looks dead. I'm a professional landscape designer with tons of knowledge on growing plants. Nearly everything I grow thrives but not this. It's in a good growing spot and Ive done things to try and help out along, but I believe I got a bad plant. It's pitiful and Ive wasted enough time with it. Money wasted and time spent trying to grow this fruit. Description days you can get fruit in one year and Ive wasted 3 in just trying to get it to grow at all.

Katrina Kelly
Home Grower
Zone 6

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