|Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture|
Ribes missouriense, Nutt. (R. gracile Pursh, not Michx. R. rotundifolium, Jancz., not Michx. Grossularia missouriensis, Cov. & Brit.). Shrub, to 6 ft., with smooth or sometimes bristly, grayish or whitish branches: spines about 3/4in. long or shorter: lvs. sub- orbicular, broadly cuneate to subcordate at the base, 3-5-lobed, with coarsely dentate obtusish lobes, pubescent beneath, 3/4- 2 1/3in. broad: fls. greenish white, 2-3, on slender peduncles 1/3-3/4in. long; pedicels slender, much longer than the bracts; ovary glabrous; calyx-tube cylindric-campanulate; sepals linear, about 1/3in. long; filaments glabrous, nearly twice as long as sepals; style pubescent below: fr. globose, 1/3-1/2in. across, purplish, glabrous, subacid. III. to Minn., S.D., Kans., Mo. and Tenn. B.B. (ed.2) 2:240.
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- Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture, by L. H. Bailey, MacMillan Co., 1963
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