i planted the crandall early this spring and it did produce 5 flowers but didn't set fruit. could be its still too young tho. my consorts flowered at the same time. should see next year for sure.
Nicole Alderman wrote:Well, I never got another American currant, and this year got a Consort European currant. I got some berries on my one Crandall American currant. Either the Crandall is self-fertile or the Consort european or our native Stink currant pollinated it.
I say see what happens with your Crandall. It'll probably produce next year. If it blooms but doesn't produce, buy another American currant bush next year. But, I'm figuring that it will produce. It might make more berries if there's another American currant one to cross pollinate (mine didn't produce that much this year, but my bush also looks kind of sad, so that probably didn't help...)