Currants

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Currants

Currants are a valuable addition to home gardens and could be grown more extensively on a commercial basis. The plants are hardy enough for most areas of Ontario and can be grown in most garden soils.

Black currants are prized for their distinctive flavor in juice, jam, jelly, pies and other desserts. They are also rich in Vitamin C. Red currants are used mainly for jelly or jam. White currants are not as popular as black and red currants. Currants can be frozen easily and kept for later use.


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