Grossulariaceae (Currant and Gooseberry Family)
The red-flowering currant is not only a Pacific Northwest native found from Northern California all the way up to British Columbia, it is also a prized garden and landscaping shrub grown for its brightly colored and scented flowers in early spring. This one was found alongside Deep Lake in Enumclaw, Washington.
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