Ribes sanguineum King Edward VII

Flowering Currant King Edward VII

A medium-sized deciduous shrub, Ribes sanguineum King Edward VII has toothed, maple-shaped leaves. This form tends to be lower-growing than other flowering currants. From late February until April the crimson-pink, somewhat pendulous flowers are a good early food source for bees. Small black berries appear in Autumn. Flowering currant is ideal in mixed shrub beds; also a great plant in mixed informal hedges.

Site: Tolerates some coastal and inland exposure
Soil: Well drained, normal soils
Position: Full sun, tolerates partial shade
Season of Interest: Crimson-pink flowers in Spring, early food source for pollinators
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height: 5-8ft (1.5-2.5m) Spread: 3-5ft (1-1.5m

Type | Size: Pot | 2L
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