top of page

Ribes sanguineum 'King Edward VII' - Red-Flowering Currant

Botanic Name

Ribes sanguineum 'King Edward VII'

Common Name

Red-Flowering Currant


H: 7' W: 7'


Occ. H20/Dry




Part Shade

Bee favorite

Bee favorite

Attribute detail

Hummingbird attractor

Hummingbird attractor

Attribute detail

Good w/ oaks

Good w/ oaks

Attribute detail


A gorgeous selection of Currant from the Pacific Northwest, 'King Edward VII' has deep green foliage and rich red flowers irresistible to hummingbirds. The beautiful, deep red blooms flourish from February through March, then develop into small hard fruit for your songbirds. Drought tolerant, but grows faster with summer water. Reaching a vase-like shape of 7' by 7' over time, this Ribes is a stunning deciduous accent to any shade garden.

This plant is not currently in stock

This plant is in stock

5 gal


Prices are subject to change without notice. Please call (650) 851-1668 to verify price and availability for all plants.

bottom of page