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Manzanita

Sequoia National Forest, California

The distinctive bark of the Mariposa Manzanita plant highlights a network of branches making up a dense stand near Kings Canyon National Park. The Manzanita is rare in general, but is common in this region of northern California. The plant blooms year-round, bearing berries that resemble apples, which in Spanish is manzanita.

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