Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Mary's Blush'

  • Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Mary's Blush' common manzanita
  • Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Mary's Blush' common manzanita
common manzanita

Selected along Guerneville Rd. in Sonoma County. It has the form and size of the common manzanita, 8 feet or more, with the disease resistance of the Vine Hill manzanita hybrids. Around a foot of growth a year is reasonable to expect initially. It has a beautiful deep mahogany trunk & is heavy flowering with clusters of pink flowers followed by beautiful red berries. Give it sun, good drainage and summer drought, but it's more tolerant than most of less than ideal conditions. The manzanita berries can attract mockingbirds, robins, and Cedar Waxwings. If unpruned it can provide cover for quail and wren-tits and its flowers provide nectar for native bees & hummingbirds.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of December 1, 2022:

Sorry; this plant is out of stock at present.