Another plant/shrub ident
I think it is Rubus arcticus. Can be quite an invasive plant too, where suited. I killed it!
I think it's some sort of fruit. So it won't be.
Looks like Ribes sanguineum to me.
..isn't that simply the flowering currant - Ribes sanguineum? the leaves are ahead of mine, which isn't surprising... as I live in Siberia [aka Fenland]..
...and so does nutcutlet...
Definitely Ribes sanguineum. Just trying to kill one that doesn't want to die!
Only expensive plants die landgirl. That daphne on the other ID thread for example
I agree with Ribes, but have to say that although it smells of foxes the bees LOVE it as it is an early flowering shrub. Do think about keeping it if you are considering wildlife in your garden. It can be kept under control with pruning after it flowers. Good luck
Definitely Ribes sanguineum Paul, I have a couple in my garden, and quite large one too. It CAN be a bit of a grower thats true but also quite easy to keep under control and for the riot of beautiful pink blossom in early spring (mine is out already) I love mine. The leaves smell a bit but the blossom gives way to fruit (false blackcurrant I believe). I keep mine pruned back each autumn and don't have any trouble, so long as I don't keep rubbing my nose in the leaves!