what is this plant?

aligail

This is a deciduous shrub in a forested area behind our house. I'm having trouble figuring out what it is. Any ideas? Thanks!!

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lycopus(z5 NY)

Appears to be a species of Symphoricarpos. Don't know which ones occur in your area.

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aligail

Thank you!!

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terrestrial_man(9)

Since you are in Washington and interested in the native plants you should check out the link below as it can prove invaluable in your searches.

Here is a link that might be useful: Burke Museum Herbarium

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