1-2′ Black Currant
A shrub that grows 1.5-5’ in height. It prefers moist to wet slightly acidic soil. It favors understory shade but, will grow in sun. Pollinators such as, honeybees, bumblebees, and butterflies are attracted to the flowers in spring. The berries are black in color a 1/3 inch in diameter. Both mammals and birds eat the berries. Berries can also be used to make jelly, wine or pie. Some teas are made with berries. It can be a host for White Pine Blister Rust. We do not recommend planting within 200 feet of White Pine.
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