'Baby Bear' manzanita has dark red almost purple bark, bright rose pink flowers, liked by hummingbirds, butterflies, bumblebees and other native bees, easy to grow, tolerates most soils, Baby Bear man... Learn more.
Margarita Pearl manzanita is a seedling of Arctostaphylos glauca that has very large flowers and berries. We're not sure if it is all Big Berry manzanita(glauca) or a hybrid between glauca and wellsii... Learn more.
Sonoma manzanita was not impressive until it flowered. The large pink flowers made quite an impression on everyone. The foliage is neat, green, and glossy. The bark is deep red and clean. A nice pla... Learn more.
This manzanita is a little shrub that grows to 2-3' tall and 4-5' in width. It has auriculate leaves that are gray on smooth dark red stems. It grows on old ocean beaches and bluffs from San Luis Obis... Learn more.
Evergreen bush manzanita, usually about 4' tall. It has 1 1/2" gray leaves, red- brown stems. Among the toughest of the manzanita, roots and spreads to 10' wide, usually on sandstone or clay. This wou... Learn more.
Eastwood's manzanita is a very diverse manzanita that grows in the coastal mountains of much of California. The botanists have been arguing for years about varieties, forms, subspecies of this species... Learn more.
A very stable, low-growing manzanita with green foliage and red bark. Sun to part shade, a little extra water in spring, boulder mulch, throw in a small pine tree (P. Jeffreyi or P. attenuata) and you... Learn more.
This Big Berry manzanita was selected from John's property in the Lake of the Woods/Frazier Park area. Elevation was about 5000 feet in full sun mixed with ... Learn more.
Arctostaphylos glauca "Los Angeles" AKA LA glauca is a Big Berry manzanita from the Santa Monica Mountains. This one was originally collected by Bert Wilson in the area of Mulholland Hwy and Kanan Rd.... Learn more.
Ramona Big Berry Manzanita is a medium sized Manzanita with blue gray foliage and white flowers. A really glorious Big Berry manzanita from the San Vicente/Ramona area. The mother plant was growing ... Learn more.
See Arctostaphylos glauca for horticultural information. I found this plant on a customer's property southwest of Paso Robles California. The house site was carved out of a stand of almost solid Arc... Learn more.
Santa Lucia Manzanita is a rare, evergreen shrub, 2' by 6' with 1" white leaves and red bark. It grows in rocky shale, in San Luis Obispo County and is much whiter and lower than Arctostaphylos obisp... Learn more.
This is the Real Manzanita, Arctostaphylos manzanita from northern California. Bark is red, leaves a grey-green, flowers are wonderful white clusters glistening in the morning sun. Ah, grows in red cl... Learn more.