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 Arctostaphylos viscida

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Arctostaphylos viscida

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Plant ID: ARVI175
Type: Evergreen
Height Mature: 4-12 feet
Bloom Time: Late Winter
Plant Hardiness: Zone 7
Plant Uses: Bark Interest, Birds and Wildlife, Butterfly, Deer Resistant, Edible, Honey, Western Native
Also called 'whiteleaf manzanita', this handsome 4-12' shrub of California and Oregon features smooth ox-blood-red bark which is striking in contrast with its silvery-gray-green leaves (extra beautiful on a moonlit night!), late-winter brings beautiful pale-pink urn shaped flowers which mature into reddish-brown berries much loved by wildlife, the berries have also been used by some Native American tribes for making cider; like all manzanitas it can form an interesting and unique living sculpture over time; this fire-dependent shrub is also is adapted to serpentine soils; requires excellent drainage. S/D/GDr

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