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Ephedra nevadensis

Nevada Ephedra and Mormon tea.

1Gal Container (Up to 0)
Mormon tea, Ephedra nevadensis grows along the western edges of the California deserts and up into southeastern Oregon, across Nevada into Utah and down into Arizona. Mormon tea is a small leafless shrub that flowers with weird flowers in spring followed by weird fruits in summer. Plant this in a hot dry spot next to the neighbor with the perennial garden they borrow money to tend. Your Ephedra nevadensis, a lounge chair, a large hat, a cool drink and a book. Do this every time your neighbors bring in another $200 worth of perennials and enjoy watching them work.
syn. Ephedra antixyphilitica, E. a. pendunculata, E.n. p, Ephedra nevadensis forma rosea Nevada ephedra

Foliage of Ephedra nevadensis has color lt-green and is evergreen.
Flower of Ephedra nevadensis has color yellow.
Fruit of Ephedra nevadensis is edible.

Communities for Ephedra nevadensis:Creosote Bush Scrub and Joshua Tree Woodland.

ph: 6.50 to 7.80
usda: 5 to 10
height[m]: 1.00 to 1.50
width[m]: 1.00 to 1.50
rainfall[cm]: 21.00 to 40.00

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