Golden Currant Berry Seeds (Ribes Aureum) Edible Fruit Bush, Vine
Other Names: Ribes Aureum, Spicebush, Golden Currant Berry, Buffalo Currant, Pruterberry, Clove Currant Grow Zones: 3,4,5,6,7,8
These non-GMO, native golden currant berry seeds are an excellent choice for gardeners who enjoy edible fruit, sweet vanilla, and clove-smelling flowers. They call for full or partial sun, grow 4-7 ft tall, and can be planted into a 5-gallon pot.
Usually found near streams, Ribes Aureum blooms yellow flowers March-June, and berries June-August. Unlike most plants, they can withstand a little frost once established. Ribes Aureum is also drought-tolerant.
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Soak seeds in water for 24 hours. Next, cold stratify seeds for 2-3 months to simulate winter conditions and break seed dormancy. Seeds must have these cooler temperatures (around 35 degrees).
So if not sowing before a cold winter, cold stratification is a must. After 2-3 months of cold stratification in the freezer or in a cold flat, sow seeds 1/4 an inch into the soil.
Germination time: 60 days. Pro Tip: Soaking the seeds in water for 24 hours first increases germination rates.