This flower grows on a bushy shrub, 3-6 feet in size. The flower has a long tube shape that opens into a five petal flower with a red ring in the center. The end of summer brings yellow, red or black berries.
The leaves are lightish green, mostly three-lobed, maple-like leaves. The flowers have a sweet scent and can turn orangish or violet with age.
|Scientific Name:||Ribes aureum|
|Soil Type:||Sunny areas near water|
Buffalo Currant, Clove Currant and Missouri Currant