Gallery of Autumn Leaves

November Portrait of
'King Edward VII' Red Flowering Currant


King Edward VII

By November most of the fruits on the
'King Edward VII' red flowering currant have been
eaten by birds or shrivelled & fallen to the ground,
if not harvested. The week in November when this photo
was taken, we'd had a veritable invasion of robins
cleaning some of the bushes of fruits,
including the currant & the Chokeberries.

King Edward VII

Barring harvest or the activity of birds, a few currant
raisens may linger into winter, but mainly November is the
leaves' time to do their show, turning red & yellow
for most of the month. Leaf color isn't
guaranteed to be extravagant every year, but usually
attractive enough to win some admiration.

Read the full story of this this shrub on the
Ribes sanguineum 'King Edward VII' Main Page
And also take a look at the fruit portraits in the
'King Edward VII' berries gallery

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