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Last fall I pruned my my black currants shrub tried planting some cutting. I had to much so I put some in a mulch pile with some cardboard on top, 8 month later some currants grew out off the cardboard very vigirously more then 2 feets !!!
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I am envious!
 
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Rebecca Norman wrote:I am envious!



me, too. My three black currant bushes are just kinda sitting there, looking small and unvigorous.
 
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