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Dwarf Oregon-Grape Flowers
One of hundreds of Oregon-grape (Mahonia nervosa) plants in flower along the trail circling Deep Lake near Enumclaw, Washington. As the season progressses, these brilliantly yellow waxy flowers will become a sour, but edible berry that isn't actually a grape. The dwarf Oregon-grape is very common throughout the Pacific Northwest west of the Cascade Mountains.
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- Berberidaceae (Barberry Family), Yellow Wildflowers