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Arctostaphylos obispoensis - Serpentine or Bishop Manzanita (Plant)

Arctostaphylos obispoensis - Serpentine or Bishop Manzanita (Plant)

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  • Arctostaphylos obispoensis - Serpentine or Bishop Manzanita (Plant)

    Arctostaphylos obispoensis - Serpentine or Bishop Manzanita (Plant)

    Beautiful grey-green foliage and white flowers contrast with red-brown bark. Found in the foothills of San Luis Obispo and Monterey counties. Its white-pink flowers bloom in late winter or early spring and attract hummingbirds. Prefers acidic soil.

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    Plant Characteristics
    Species NameArctostaphylos obispoensis
    Common NameSerpentine or Bishop Manzanita
    Plant TypeShrub
    Sun ExposureCoast-Sun, Inland-Sun, Inland-Part Sun,
    Water RequirementLow
    Soil TypeSand, fast draining
    Flower ColorPink, Magenta, Rose, White, Cream
    Flowering MonthsFebruary, March
    Evergreen/DeciduousEvergreen
    Height by Width8ft. x 5ft.
     
    Specialty Features
    • Hedge/Screen
    • Butterflies/Moths
    • Erosion Control
    • Songbirds
    • Hummingbirds
    • Deer Resistant
    • Pollinators

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