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Ken Taylor Hooker's Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Ken Taylor' Ken Taylor Hooker's Manzanita

Carpet-forming, evergreen shrub displaying glossy green foliage and attractive maroon stems. Stems root in when they contact soil. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Manzanita can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soil.  Best growth occurs in acid soils. Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Mills Hooker's Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Mills' Mills Hooker's Manzanita

Low, mounding evergreen shrub displaying small, dark green, pointed leaves and attractive maroon stems. Clusters of pink, bell-shaped flowers in spring. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Manzanita can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soils.  Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Monterey Carpet Hooker's Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Monterey Carpet' Monterey Carpet Hooker's Manzanita

Dense, creeping evergreen shrub displaying leathery, dark green leaves. Clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers bloom early. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Manzanita can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soils. Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Wayside Hooker's Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Wayside' Wayside Hooker's Manzanita

Compact, densely branched evergreen shrub displaying small, dark green leaves. The irregular, crooked trunks add additional interest. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Hooker's Manzanita

Arctostaphylos hookeri 'White Lanterns' Hooker's Manzanita

Dense, upright, evergreen shrub displaying small, green leathery leaves and attractive mahogany bark. Clusters of white, bell-shaped flowers bloom early. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Austin Griffiths Manzanita

Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Austin Griffiths' Austin Griffiths Manzanita

Small tree or rounded ,evergreen shrub displaying elliptical, flossy, grey-green leaves and attractively twisted, mahogany branches. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Pajaro Manzanita

Arctostaphylos pajaroensis 'Warren Roberts' Pajaro Manzanita

Upright, spreading evergreen shrub displaying small, leathery blue-green leaves.  The twisting branches add year-round interest.  Cluster of deep pink, bell-shaped flowers bloom early.  Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Manzanita

Arctostaphylos silvicola 'Ghostly' Manzanita

Dense, upright evergreen shrub displaying hairy, silvery-green, leathery leaves. New growth has a pink blush. Exhibits attractive red-brown bark and white flowers. Tolerant of a wide range of soils and fairly drought tolerant once established.  Makes an excellent low hedge, barrier or mixed in a perennial border.

Common Bearberry

Arctostaphylos uva ursi Common Bearberry

Shiny green evergreen foliage becomes reddish-green in winter. Small, pinkish-white flowers. Red berries persistent in winter. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Bearberry can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soils.  Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens. Deer resistant.

Vancouver Jade Bearberry

Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Vancouver Jade' Vancouver Jade Bearberry

Shiny, green evergreen foliage becomes reddish-green in winter. Pinkish-white flowers. Red berries persist in winter. Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Vancouver Jade Kinnikinnick is often used as a ground cover and is also useful for erosion control.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens. Deer resistant.

Emerald Carpet Bearberry

Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Emerald Carpet' Emerald Carpet Bearberry

Shiny, deep green foliage becomes reddish-green in winter. Small white flowers. Red berries persist in winter. Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Emerald Carpet Kinnikinnick is often used as a groundcover and is also useful for  erosion control.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens. Deer resistant.

Massachusetts Bearberry

Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Massachusetts' Massachusetts Bearberry

Evergreen foliage becomes red-gold in winter. Clusters of pale pink, bell-shaped flowers. Red berries persist in winter. Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Massachusetts Kinnikinnick is often used as a groundcover and is also useful for erosion control.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.  Deer resistant.

Wood's Compact Bearberry

Arctostaphylos uva ursi 'Wood's Compact' Wood's Compact Bearberry

Evergreen foliage becomes red in winter. Pinkish-white flowers. Bright red berries persist in winter. Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Wood’s Compact Kinnikinnick is often used as a groundcover and is also useful for erosion control.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens. Deer resistant.

Bearberry - Kinnikinnick

Arctostaphylos uva ursi x imbricata Bearberry - Kinnikinnick

Low growing, mat-forming evergreen shrub displaying large, glossy dark green leaves. Clusters of pink, bell-shaped flowers bloom in early summer.  Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Bearberry can be a suitable groundcover for dry, sandy soils.  Best growth occurs in acid soils.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Corsican Sandwort

Arenaria balearica Corsican Sandwort

Displays tiny pink to white flowers in  globular heads on thin, wiry stems above dense tufts of stiff, dark-green, grass-like leaves.  Will thrive in well-drained soils with limited water once established.  Perfect for rock garden plantings, containers, or between pavers.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic. Attracts butterflies.

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