Ribes sanguineum

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Synonyms for Ribes sanguineum

a flowering shrub

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I have one planted next to a Forsythia 'Lynwood' variety and the powerful scarlet of the flowering currant chimes beautifully with the warming gold of the forsythia.
Shrubs which are more difficult to move include buddleia, the smoke bush (Cotinus coggygria), berberis, weigela, lilac and flowering currant (Ribes).
Early flowering plants such as flowering currant and heathers are a good source of pollen in March when there are not many other plants in flower.
The flowering currant roars as I find the ball, Abandoned under the lilac after the semi-final.
I'LL bet there's scarcely a garden in the country that doesn't grow either a forsythia or a flowering currant.
The pink flowering currant (Ribes sanguineus glutinosum), the yellow blooming golden currant (Ribes aureum), and the fuchsia flowering gooseberry (Ribes speciosum) are presently in bloom.
Among the woody plants that are best for taking cuttings are hazel (Corylus avellana), the maidenhair tree (Ginko biloba), Chinese gooseberry (Actinidia deliciosa), camellia, ceanothus, cotoneaster, lacecap hydrangeas, jasmine, pieris, flowering currant (Ribes), lilac, wisteria and weigela.
You could try flowering currant and I know it works with the winter flowering cherries.
Flowering currant, used as a hedge along the garden path, also provides nectar for bees and humming-birds, and fruit and cover for birds.
Other flowering plants such as the ornamental cherry tree, yellow forsythia and red flowering currant, will emanate precious nectar for feeding insects such as the common bumblebee and various butterfly species.
Shrubs that are more difficult to move include buddleia, the smoke bush (Cotinus coggygria), berberis, weigela, lilac and flowering currant (Ribes).
He took time to point out the tiny unobtrusive blooms of the candy flower, giving it as much attention as the bright blossoms of the much larger red flowering currant.
Most gardeners rely on the old duo of flowering currant and forsythia, but my shrub choices are a bit more unusual and flower a little earlier.
Shrubs such as Forsythia, Philadelphus or Mock Orange and Ribes or Flowering Currant are good examples.