Ben Sarek is ideal for the home garden. The bushes are compact, approximately 3 feet in height at maturity, with high yields of large, easy-to-pick berries. The fruit makes an excellent jam or jelly and is recommended for winemaking. Plant as early as possible in the spring. Snow or occasional frost will not hurt most new plants (green tissue culture plants excepted), and spring rains will foster growth.
Pink Champagne current 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
Rovada is a red currant with very large fruit on extremely long strings. This combination produces a heavy crop that is easy to pick. The plant is very free of mildew and other leaf diseases. Its late flowering escapes frost.