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Alpine Currant – Green Mound   arrow

Ribes alpinum ‘Green Mound’

Scientific NameRibes alpinum ‘Green Mound’
Common NameAlpine Currant – Green Mound
FamilyGrossulariaceae
HabitDeciduous shrub
Growth FormCompact, mound-forming shrub
Mature Size3-6″ Tall
FlowersInsignificant size. Greenish-yellow
HardinessZones 2-7
Sun RequirementsFull Sun to Part Shade
Water RequirementsMedium
Soil RequirementsAverage, medium, well drained soil.
Other InfoBright green leaves are 3-5 lobed, turning dull yellow in fall Fruit is showy and is an inedible, scarlet berry. Attracts Birds, and butterflies. Tolerates Rabbit, Drought, Heavy Shade