Golden currents grow in profusion along Cowiche Creek just outside of Yakima, WA. These beautiful flowers when pollinated will produce delicious, edible red currants that are important historically and locally as a food source for people and wildlife.
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- Grossulariaceae (Currant and Gooseberry Family), Yellow Wildflowers