Abronia maritima, Sand verbena.
Abronia maritima, Red Sand Verbena, is good for sand dune stabilization.
Abronia maritima, this Sand Verbena has pretty reddish purple flowers.
Abronia maritima, Red Sand Verbena, grows in sand dunes next to the ocean.
When used in a beach area that is protected from the wind and foot traffic Abronia maritima is quite showy.
A flat nearly non-frost tolerant perennial that will \'disappear\' to the roots under stress. The flowers are pink and it grows in the sand along the immediate coast.. The soil must be fairly lose and free of organic debris. The plant is geared for salt spray and will not tolerate regular water nor extreme drought. This sand verbena grows in stabilized beach sand, of the interior dunes, 200-5000 ft.(60-1800 meters) from the surf. Its common associated plants are Prunus punctata (fasciculata var. punctata), Prunus ilicifolia, Arctostaphylos morroensis, Ceanothus ramulosus (cuneatus var. fascicularis)*, Erysimum insulare, Lupinus chamissonis, Salvia mellifera, and Ericameria ericoides.
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Santa Margarita, CA 93453
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||8331 Nelson Way
Escondido, CA 92026
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Abronia maritima Sand verbena tolerates sand.
Abronia maritima Sand verbena is great for a butterfly garden.
Abronia maritima Sand verbena's foliage color is green and type is deciduous.
Abronia maritima Sand verbena's flower color is pink.
Communities for Abronia maritima Sand verbena:Coastal Sage Scrub and Coastal Strand.
Ranges for Abronia maritima
|ph: ||5.00 to 7.00|
|usda: ||10 to 10|
|height[m]: ||0.00 to 0.10|
|width[m]: ||0.50 to 2.00|
|rainfall[cm]: ||35.00 to 50.00|
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Last edited on 2012-01-08 18:10:05.