Golden Currant - 1 gal
Golden currant is a 3-6 ft., deciduous shrub with light-green, three-lobed leaves and spicy-scented racemes of yellow flowers, turning orange with age, on long, wand-like stems. Berries are either yellow, red or black when ripe.
A native of the West, Golden Currant has been planted eastward in the United States and has escaped from cultivation and naturalized in many places.
Habitat: Blooms April - July, moist to drier hillsides & river valleys, drought tolerant, sun to part shade
Size: 3-6 ft
Wildlife: Flowers provide nectar to hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Birds, bears and rodents eat the fruit.