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Osoberry

Oemlaria cerasiformis

Description:

Short cascade of small white flowers hanging from usually leggy, tall shrub branches. The leaves have barely emerged when the flower is in full bloom.

Habitat:

Coastal rainforest of Douglas fir, hemlock, cedar etc. On a hill leading to a creek which led to the saltwater inlet.

Notes:

Blooming around the same time as the earliest cherry blossoms.

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shebebusynow
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shebebusynow

British Columbia, Canada

Lat: 48.74, Long: -123.65

Spotted on Mar 12, 2016
Submitted on Mar 25, 2016

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