As this is a bare root plant, soak the roots for at least 2 hours before planting, after they arrive. Plant as soon as you can. If the ground is frozen, place into a temporary pot that's filled with decent compost- once the conditions have improved, move the currant place to the ground.
Keep the plant well-watered during dry weather. Make sure you fertilise the bush with Rootgrow in Spring, too. Once your Redcurrant has been growing for 3 years, you can prune all the branches by one-third. We also highly recommend protecting your bushes against birds by putting a net over the fruiting plants. Besides this, this is a very easy plant to maintain, needing very little special care.