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Holodiscus Discolor

Description:

Shrub to approx. 12 feet tall. Grows in dry meadows, open woods, or thickets from low to mid elevations. Produces cream colored, foamy looking blooms in mid-summer. The leaves are reddish-tinged in autumn. It is a larval host plant to at least three native butterfly species.

Habitat:

Native

1 Species ID Suggestions

angel_ansh
angel_ansh 9 years ago
Oceanspray
Holodiscus Discolor Holodiscus discolor


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2 Comments

neve
neve 9 years ago

Thanks, I use the mobile app, which for some reason often drops the scientific name.

angel_ansh
angel_ansh 9 years ago

A cream bush, a plant that is medicinal.
http://www.naturalmedicinalherbs.net/her...

neve
Spotted by
neve

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Jun 15, 2012
Submitted on Jun 15, 2012

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