These seeds were collected from Ribes nevadense, also known as Mountain Pink Currant, and Sierra Currant. This shrub likes to live in sun to partial shade where it can grow up to 8 feet high. The pink blossoms are on display in the middle of the spring where they attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 5b to 8. Ribes in general are larval host plants for the Gray Comma, Hoary Comma, Green Comma, Oreas Comma, and Tailed Copper butterflies and for the Nuttalls sheepmoth, Ceanothus silkmoth, Fernalds Eucosma, Clematis Clearwing, Formosa Carpet, Small Magpie, Neoterpes trianguliferata, Western sheepmoth, Tetracis hirsutaria, and Io moths.