bitterbrush

[bit-er-bruhsh]
noun
an evergreen shrub, Purshia tridentata, of western North America, having bitter three-toothed leaves and yellow flowers, valuable for forage.
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Bitterbrush also goes by the common name antelope brush or antelope bitterbrush.
Stands of bitterbrush can become decadent with no use and mature plants should
  be browsed for good forage production and vigor.
Expanses of sage and bitterbrush, in the dryer areas, lend diversity.
The area is mostly montane chaparral habitat dominated by sagebrush and
  bitterbrush.
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