Erect shrub. Leaves 3 to 5-lobed, double toothed, densely hairy beneath. Flowers tubular, in showy racemes. Fruit is an unpalatable black berry with a whitish bloom. Various habitats.
Native to western North America, this deciduous shrub has small green leaves and can grow fairly tall, some even reaching seven feet high. They have distinct pink flowers that hang down in large bundles, each with five petals. They are a fruiting shrub and bear a dark purple berry that is edible, but not tasty.
Found in south east corner of UBNA.