In the wet Pacific Northwest, one would not expect to see much of this chaparral -dweller, yet there are several species , and they get more numerous near the California border. When it blooms you will recognize the stamp of the heathers or heaths in its waxy urn-shaped flowers. Like Arbutus, another heath family plant, it sports attractive red bark that gets better as the shrub matures. These plants specialize in endurance, and therefore grow slowly. Look for these hardy, attractive evergreens in specialty nurseries but be sure you have suitable habitat for them, otherwise you may have trouble keeping them happy. Make sure you check the mature size, so they will continue to look good in the space you have.
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medicinal herbs: HAIRY MANZANITA - Arctostaphylos columbiana
Hairy Manzanita. We currently do not grow this plant. An evergreen, ' high shrub, Hairy Manzanita grows along the coastal plains in the evergreen forest from northern California to British Columbia. A fuzzy, light- green plant that grows under pines, it has surprised us and is doing well here both in containers and in the ground sandy loam. It seems to be one of the faster-growing manzanitas. It grows in areas that receive rainfall from 35 to 80 inches per year. Munz says it grows on rocky or clay soils, and I've only seen it on sand overlaying hardpan, that is SAND!
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Hairy Manzanita. We currently do not grow this plant. An evergreen, ' high shrub, Hairy Manzanita grows along the coastal plains in the evergreen forest from northern California to British Columbia.
This species is also known as Columbia or Redwood Manzanita. Arcto means bear; staphylos means a bunch of grapes. There are about 70 species of Arctostaphylos.