A prolific producer of dark blue berries. Clustered flowers are insectary. Growth is 4-6' per year if cut back in the winter. Moist to dry soils.
Classic red currant with chains of hanging berries.
Not as prolific a producer as the red; however, the black berries are delicious.
Native currant that flowers early in the spring to add some color to a mostly green landscape.
A hybrid of the Black Currant and Black Goosebery.
Deciduous tree-shrub with vibrant red bark, cream colored flowers and vibrant green foliage.
Woody perennial with deep-throated flowers.
The king of all IMP species! Tolerant of all soil types and moister levels.
The queen of mineralization. The purple flowers attract native and honeybees.
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