Rosaceae Family

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CinquefoilCinquefoil (06/20/2006) Cinquefoil (Potentilla spp.) near Yellow Pine Creek and Beaver Creek.

Mountain AshMountain Ash (06/20/2006) A flowering bush hanging over the Weber River.

Mountain AshMountain Ash (06/20/2006) Mountain Ash over the Weber River in the Uinta Mountains.

BerriesBerries (06/15/2006) Flowers along the Elbow Fork Trail in Mill Creek Canyon.

BerriesBerries (06/15/2006) Flowers for an unknown type of berry on Elbow Fork Trail.

Choke CherryChoke Cherry (05/22/2006) A cluster of Choke Cherry flowers growing in Neffs Creek Canyon.

Wild StrawberryWild Strawberry (07/09/2006) A wild strawberry growing along the Mill Creek road near the parking lot.

Mountain MahoganyMountain Mahogany (06/15/2006) The Terraces trail heads through an opening of Mountain Mahogany (Cercocarpus spp.). This tree is in the rose family.

Mountain MahoganyMountain Mahogany (07/21/2006) Mountain Mahogany (Cercocarpus spp.) along the Grandeur Peak Trail.

Mountain MahoganyMountain Mahogany (07/21/2006) One of the most beautiful tree, the Mount Mahogany starts growing near the peak.

Mountain MahoganyMountain Mahogany (07/21/2006) Mountain Mahogany is one of the most beautiful trees, it tends to like rocky ridges in the mountains.

Mount Grandeur TrailMount Grandeur Trail (07/21/2006) Mountain Mahogany framing the Grandeur Peak Trail.

RoseRose (06/15/2006) A wild rose on the Elbow Fork Trail.

IvesiaIvesia (07/29/2006)

AvensAvens (07/29/2006) Avens (Geum spp.) in Albion Basin

AvensAvens (07/29/2006) Avens growing in the Albion Basin.

AvensAvens (07/29/2006) Avens in the Albion Basin.

Choke CheryChoke Chery (05/22/2006) Choke Cherry blooms on road cut in Neff Creek Canyon.

Mountain MahoganyMountain Mahogany (02/01/2007) Mountain Mahogany does not shed its leaves. This picture shows Mountain Mahogany in the winter.

Berry BushBerry Bush (05/15/2007) A berry bush along the Lake Blanche Trail.

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Rosaceae Family

The Rosaceae Family is large family of flowering plants that includes many common flowers and fruits including apples, cherries, strawberries, etc..

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