The wax currant, also known as the squaw currant, is found accross most of western North America in drier, more arid habitats such as sagebrush steppe or talus slopes. This one was photographed in Cowiche Canyon just outside of Yakima, WA.
- © 2014
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- Pink Wildflowers, Grossulariaceae (Currant and Gooseberry Family)