- Current Height: Seedlings
- Mature Height: 3-6'; 3-5' wide
- Light: Prefers partial sun; OK in full sun
- Soil: Moist
- Bloom: April-May, white and yellow, bell-shaped; edible black berries mid-summer
- Landscape: Behaves well in a moist, sunny garden; forms thickets in wet areas
- Resistance: deer
- Fun Fact: The berries are good for preserves and wine making
- More photos and information here
- Native range here. Black Currant is endangered in Maryland
American Black Currant--Coming Soon
Pollinator value: Very High. Butterflies, moths, native bees, honeybees, beetles, wasps. Birds eat the fruits.
Lovely white spring blooms with yellow centers and glossy late-summer fruit.