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Arctostaphylos


Native Shrubs



 

Arctostaphylos 'Sunset'  Sunset Manzanita  Monterey County 
Natural hybrid of Arctostaphylos hookerii X pajaroensis is more compact, less leggy and more drought tolerant than Pajaro. 
Qty:
(2)  5 gal   40.00 

Arctostaphylos bakeri 'Louis Edmunds'  Louis Edmunds Manzanita   
This is a medium-sized manzanita very similar to pajaroensis which thrives in garden conditions. Grows 5-6 ft high and wide. Pink flowers and berries that attract many types of birds and other wildlife. 
Qty:
(2)  5 gal   45.00 

Arctostaphylos crustacea ssp. rosei  Brittleleaf Manzanita  Brotherhood Way, SF 
An old-school San Francisco native, this gorgeous six-foot shrub once thrived in the sand dunes along Brotherhood Way near Lake Merced; it is now rare and endangered. 
Qty:
(4)  4" pot   5.00 

Arctostaphylos edmundsii 'Carmel Sur'     
Lush groundcover for coastal conditions. Like uva-ursi but leaves more felty with pink tones in the new growth. Tolerates clay & heavy water if well drained. Lovely spilling over walls. 
Qty:
(3)  1 gal   14.00 

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Ken Taylor'  Monterey Manzanita   
2 ft. high shrubby ground cover spreading to 6 feet & rooting to spread further. Fine-textured foliage looks delicate but stands up to rough conditions including high winds and total drought. An excellent choice for the fog belt. 
Qty:
(2)  4" pot   8.00 

Arctostaphylos hookerii ssp. franciscana  Franciscan Manzanita  San Francisco 
Rescued from the Laurel Hill Cemetery in San Francisco, this low, dense manzanita is now extinct in the wild. A beautiful specimen along a rock wall or spilling out of a container. In winter its grey green leaves are offset by dangling clusters of small white flowers. A very adaptable plant, it is drought tolerant, and thrives in heavy or rocky soil, including serpentine.  
Qty:
(1)  1 gal   15.00 

Arctostaphylos montana  Mt. Tamalpais Manzanita  Mt. Tamalpais 
A rare Bay Area endemic from sandstone and granite outcrops, 1-2ft tall and spreading.  
Qty:
(23)  1 gal   12.00 

Arctostaphylos morroensis  Morro Manzanita  Central Coast 
A rare and threatened sand dune species endemic to San Luis Obispo County. Smallish silvery leaves on sprawling shaggy deep red branches, eventually forming a large shrub of 4-8 feet. 
Qty:
(5)  1 gal   14.00 
Qty:
(4)  5 gal   40.00 

Arctostaphylos pajaroensis 'Warren Roberts'  Warren Roberts Manzanita   
Larger selection of the species, with long bloom and pink flowers. Amazing color of new coppery leaves. Grows up to 6 foot tall and spreading to 10-ft. 
Qty:
(4)  1 gal   14.00 

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Arctostaphylos pumila  Sandmat Manzanita   
An endangered endemic from the sand dunes of Monterey Bay, this gorgeous manzanita grows around 30" tall with greyish-green foliage the texture of fine velvet; new growth is touched with crimson on the edges. Its tight habit and attractive coloration make this an outstanding choice for a small city garden, especially in the sandy soils it prefers. 
Qty:
(8)  2" rose pot   2.50 

Arctostaphylos rudis 'Vandenberg'  Vandenberg Shagbark Manzanita  Vandenberg Air Force Base 
A rare species from old sand dunes along the central coast, Arctostaphylos rudis tolerates full sun, no water, and total neglect (when given adequate drainage). Grows 7' x 10', with lovely grey-green foliage and pinkish-white flowers in winter. 
Qty:
(1)  2 gal   24.00 

Arctostaphylos silvicola  Silver Manzanita  Bonny Doon 
Gorgeous rare manzanita with silver foliage, endemic to the sand hills of Santa Cruz County. 
Qty:
(3)  1 gal   14.00 
Qty:
(3)  4" pot   7.00 

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi 'Emerald Carpet'  Emerald Carpet Kinickinick   
Clean and green low-growing groundcover in garden conditions. 4-18 in. high and 6-10 ft. wide with white flowers. This is a widely acclaimed hybrid of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi and A. nummularia. 
Qty:
(2)  1 gal   14.00 


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