First, a climber with pink, very fragrant flowers. The seed was collected in Nepal by Bleddyn and Sue Wynne-Jones of Crûg Farm Plants.
Secondly, a peachy Currant.
Ribes gordonianum is a cross between Ribes sanguineum and Ribes odoratum. It has two–tone flowers. They are raspberry red with peachy-apricot and creamy centres. The overall effect is gold or peachy depending on the light. The cross was made in 1837 by a gardener at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, called Donald Beaton. He named it for his boss William Gordon. Beaton later became Head gardener at Shrublands near Ipswich.