Deciduous shrub that could get to be 6′-8′ X 6′. Its leaves have 3 large lobes, highly indented and serrated edges that turns yellow in autumn. Somewhat arching stems with drooping clusters of light pink flowers. Will produce blue-black fruit with a whitish bloom.
Pronunciation: RYE-bees san-gwin-EE-um
Species Meaning: means blood red
Best flower production in full sun, but does OK in part shade. Drought tolerant once established. Well-drained soil
This was a chance discovery in the Columbia Gorge.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P19006
Found in Upper Stair landing,
This is the anchor plant in that bed.