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Northern Black Currants Bushes - $20 (Anchorage, cornere C st. and 23 rd.)

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C Street near 23 rd street

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Large two-year-old Northern Black Currant bushes in 2 Gallon pot $20.00 each.

Northern Black Currants are fruit bearing bushes native to Alaska. Northern Black Currants make excellent jams, jellies, or syrups. Grown in full sun with ample moisture, Northern Black Currants produce abundant crops of berries.

The leaves are fragrant to the touch and used to make a tasty tea.

How do you make black currant tea?
1. Put the black currant leaves inside a teapot.
2. Pour the hot water into the teapot and allow to steep for at least 4 minutes.
3. Use a filter to strain the black currant leaves before pouring the tea into teacups.
4. Add honey according to your preference for flavor.
5. Serve and enjoy!


I also have a large selection of Perennial Flowers, including Alaskan wildflowers grown in cultivation.

Perennial plants, for sale, spent the winter outdoors, in the sales area, so no need to harden them off! Only hardy plants which will survive Alaska's severe winters.

Corner of C St. and 23rd., Anchorage, on the hill side before Fireweed Lane, left side of C St., access is on 23rd St,

Monday to Friday 10 to 6.

SATURDAY 10 to 3

CLOSED SUNDAY

Sorry NO credit cards,

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