Manzanitas -- Quintessentially California -- in the Wild and in the Garden




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Published on Feb 9, 2014

Native manzanitas are one of California's most varied and beautiful groups of plants. They range in size from low ground covers, to medium-sized shrubs, and on to small trees. They usually flower in the dead of winter or early spring when little else is blooming, and have gorgeous smooth red bark. Learn how to select, prune , and water these beauties.

Pete Veilleux is a master designer, nurseryman and photographer.
He can be reached through his web site, eastbaywilds.com


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