[nafex] Looking for sources of black currant plants

david liezen chandos49 at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 9 19:52:04 EST 2013


Whitman Farms, near Salem Oregon has a wide selection and, if memory serves, they each go for $8.50. I found it on Google; am considering a couple to add to my yard this year.

Dave Liezen, Spokane, WA z6


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> From: jakuehn at verizon.net
> Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2013 19:13:35 -0500
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> Does anyone know good sources for good black currant plants? Thanks.
> Jacquelyn A. Kuehn
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> > ... smoked, boiled or cured with sugar, salt or alcohol, a lengthy process that can take months. The Japanese turn them into umeboshi (sour plum) and add them to sushi for a distinctive salty-and-sour punch. Koreans and Chinese use the fruit to make ...
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