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Beautiful Invasion: Scotch Broom, hugging the cliffs beside Netarts Bay beach OR - 18H x 24W inches soft pastels on paper. During early May along the west coast, hillsides, forests, dunes and ditches are covered with the deep, vibrant, most gorgeous yellow flowers of Scotch Broom. Cytisus scoparius is an invasive species displacing native plants, shrubs and trees.

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