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Red-osier dogwood

Cornus sericea

Description:

Hardy deciduous wetland shrub that is known for its red stems. It can grow to 4 m tall. The shrub is often planted for erosion control along banks of waterways.

Habitat:

Spotted along the Cle Elum River. Eastern side of the Cascade Mountains. 2000 ft.


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2 Comments

Brian38
Brian38 a month ago

Thank you Mauron.

Mauron
Mauron a month ago

Amazing landscape.

Brian38
Spotted by
Brian38

Washington, USA

Lat: 47.35, Long: -121.11

Spotted on Feb 9, 2020
Submitted on Feb 11, 2020

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