Plants For Chaparral

An Anna Hummingbird sipping from a Austin Griffin manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos manzanita_x_densiflora 'Austin Griffiths Manzanita' Austin Griffith's manzanita

Austin Griffith's Manzanita is a hybrid between Arctostaphylos densiflora 'Sentinel' and Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' manzanitas was introduced in the 1980's by Native Sons Nursery in mem... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos mariposa, Mariposa Manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos mariposa Mariposa Manzanita

Mariposa Manzanita is native to the lower margins of the Sierra chaparral community. (see also A. glauca, A. viscida and A. manzanita.) The red trunks and gray foliage are dramatic. This manzanita,... Learn more.

An old photo of Arctostaphylos mewukka, Indian Manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos mewukka Indian Manzanita

This manzanita species is an evergreen shrub, 3-8' tall, native to the central Sierra Nevada from 2500-6000' elevation. A crown sprouter, it will regrow from the live root system after fires and so is... Learn more.

Morro Bay, Los Osos manzanita. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos morroensis 'Park View Manzanita' Morro Manzanita

Arctostaphylos morroensis, Morro Manzanita is an evergray shrub that grows best in sun near the coast and prefers afternoon shade in the interior of the state. This is a sand lover, if you have heavy ... Learn more.

An old picture of Arctostaphylos myrtifolia - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos myrtifolia Ione Manzanita

A rare manzanita from the Ione area where it grows on acidic sandy soil on hard pan. The soils vary in characterics from those around Monterey Bay, Lompoc, Atascadero, Los Osos, to many of the areas ... Learn more.

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Arctostaphylos nummularia var. sensitiva Glossyleaf Manzanita

An evergreen shrub, 3-5' tall, with dark green leaves with reddish tips. A very nice manzanita if you live near the ocean. It grows in old acid sand dunes in the central coast ranges. It has drought t... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos obispoensis, Obispo Manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos osoensis 'SLO Valley Manzanita'

(Synonym Arctostaphylos cruzensis, (Munz))A little shrub manzanita that grows to 2-3' tall and 4-5' across. A manzanita with auriculate leaves that are grey on smooth dark red stems that turn rough a... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos Otayensis is a large gray manzanita. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos otayensis Otay Manzanita

A gorgeous shrubby tree manzanita. Similar to Arcto. manzanita Dr. Hurd' but more open. Native in the San Diego area in chaparral. Associated plants include Keckiella ternatus, Keckiella antirrhinoide... Learn more.

Paridise Manzanita flowers - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos pajaroensis 'Paradise Manzanita' Pajaro Manzanita

Paradise Manzanita, is a sprawling evergreen shrub, that can be used as a ground cover or small border. This manzanita has dark red bark, white to pink flowers, depending upon climate that year and... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos parrayana flowers are nice, foliage is wondrous. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos parryana 'Snow Lodge Manzanita' Parry Manzanita

Arctostaphylos parryana, Parry Manzanita, or Snow Lodge Manzanita, is a very clean, light-green, evergreen shrubby groundcover 4 ft tall and 6 ft wide.. Parry Manzanita has a pleasing appearance in ... Learn more.

Flowers of Pecho manzanita, Arctostaphylos pechoensis. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos pechoensis Pecho Manzanita

Pecho Manzanita is a rare evergreen shrub that grows to five feet in height on shaly to sand with hardpan soil in the central coast area. A very unusual and wild plant with shiny, green to gray cl... Learn more.

Margarita Joy is a very small little bush with flowers the native bees and hummingbirds like. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos pechoensis 'Margarita's Joy' Manzanita

Margarita's Joy manzanita is an interesting natural hybrid that occurs on the central coast. A very neat, tight and clean manzanita that is small enough to fit in most gardens. Dainty. The plant is g... Learn more.

Santa margarita or Atascadero manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos pilosula var. pilosula 'Atascadero Manzanita' Santa Margarita Manzanita

This very gray, fuzzy manzanita with red stems grows 3' to 6' in height. It grows in the central coast ranges in the Pliocene sand of the area. The other form of A. pilosula also grows on this sand... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos pringlei subsp. drupacea plant - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos pringlei var. drupacea 'Idyllwild Manzanita' Pinkbract Manzanita

Pinkbract Manzanita, Arctostaphylos pringlei drupacea has slightly fuzzy sticky foliage and flowers. Gray foliage starts out kinda pink and grows out green-gray. Because the flower bracts can be red,... Learn more.

The bark of Arctostaphylos pungens, Mexican Manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos pungens Pointleaf Manzanita

Mexican manzanita is an evergreen shrub around six foot tall, (usually taller than wide) that grows from Montana to Mount Tamalpais (just north of the Golden gate) south to Baja, and on to Texas. Me... Learn more.

 Arctostaphylos purrisima is a distinctly unique ground cover Manzanita  - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos purissima 'Burton Mesa Groundcover' Lompoc Manzanita

This ground cover form of Arctostaphylos purrissima is a bright green, evergreen groundcover one foot by four foot. Purrissima is very tolerant of sand and can grow in beach sand in coastal regions. I... Learn more.

Rainbow manzanita makes a cute little bush. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos rainbowensis Rainbow Manzanita

Rainbowensis is a lower moundy Big Berried Manzanita. We grew some for a remediation in South Riverside County, and are growing new plants off of the extra plants. We have not played with the plants ... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos refugioensis, Refugio Manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos refugioensis 'Refugio Manzanita' Refugio Manzanita

Arctostaphylos refugioensis, Refugio Manzanita is native to the Santa Ynez Mountains, near Santa Barbara. This manzanita grows in the chaparral. Associated plants range from Styrax sp., Adenostoma sp,... Learn more.

One of the forms of Arctostaphylos rudis, Shagbark manzanita is a groundcover, BUT it is SO slow it will cost a fortune to grow. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos rudis ShagBark Manzanita

Shag Bark Manzanita, Arctostaphylos rudis, is an evergreen shrub a foot and a half or so tall and 3 feet wide. It does best in coastal sand and sun. Shag Bark Manzanita  is a great choice for N... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos rudis, Shag Bark manzanita - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos rudis 'Burton Beauty Manzanita' ShagBark Manzanita

Arctostaphylos rudis 'Burton Beauty' looks a bit like a columnar Howard McMinn.  However, unlike Howard McMinn that grows in northern California in clay soil and moderate rainfall, Burton Beauty gr... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos silvicola, Ghostly Manzanita with a beefly. This manzanita is native north of Santa Cruz. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos silvicola 'Ghostly Manzanita' Santa Cruz Manzanita

Arctostaphylos silvicola 'Ghostly' is very gray almost white plant with deep red bark. One of the most gray plants I've ever seen, much grayer than 'Dr. Hurd' or 'Louis Edmunds' Manzanita. Evergray ... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos stanfordiana bakeri,  Louis Edmunds Manzanita flowers. Manzanitas are native plants that live almost entirely in California.  - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos stanfordiana var. bakeri 'Louis Edmunds Manzanita' Louis Edmunds manzanita

'Louis Edmunds' manzanita is an eight to ten foot evergreen shrub. The manzanita to plant for the gray foliage and purple, not red, bark. 'Louis Edmunds' manzanita will survive in the interior he... Learn more.

 Arctostaphylos stanfordiana stanfordiana, Zin Manzanita, named by the founder of Las Pilitas Nursery for his Burmese son-in-law Zin. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos stanfordiana var. stanfordiana 'Zin Manzanita' Zin's Napa Manzanita

The 'Zin' form of Arctostaphylos stanfordiana stanfordiana is a vase shaped plant with purple bark and clean dark green leaves. The foliage seems to be fairly well retained to the ground and mak... Learn more.

San Bruno manzanita grows as a nearly flat ground cover with green foliage and pink flowers. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi var. suborbiculata 'San Bruno' California Bearberry

A manzanita introduction by Ken Taylor from San Bruno mountain. This Arctostaphylos might be the uva-ursi forma leobreweri saved from extinction by James Roof. Nice plant, tolerant of gardens and eve... Learn more.

Arctostaphylos viridissima is a pain to key out. - grid24_12
Arctostaphylos viridissima McMinn's Manzanita

Sprawling shrub manzanita to 8-12 feet wide, two to eight foot tall, light green foliage with reddish new growth. A nice looking plant with glossy green leaves and a shiny clean appearance. It doesn'... Learn more.

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