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Ribes sanguineum

Red-flowering Currant

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From Oregon Flora, Gardening with Natives:

A favorite for hummingbirds as well as numerous other birds and butterflies, red-flowering currant has tubular pink to red flowers that, along with their leaves, produce a bright scent in early spring. Blue-black berries develop in summer and are edible but tart. Stems are thornless unlike many of the shrub’s relatives, and sport festive foliage in autumn.

Linn County, OR
Subspecies or variety
Ribes sanguineum var. glutinosum