Flowering

(Ribes sanguineum) These beautiful bushes and the hummingbirds they attract are one way many gardeners measure the start of spring. The drooping flower clusters lend an elegant beauty to the early springtime, growing on a bush that reaches 8' in height. Dark blue berries are small and will be eaten by the birds. USDA Zones 7-9.

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  • Pulsborough Scarlet' Red flowr currant/SPRING
  • Pulsborough Scarlet' Red flowr currant/SPRING

  • Catalog Number: E753
  • Our price: $11.50

  • RRP: $13.50
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