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Ceanothus maritimus 'Point Sierra' - Maritime Ceanothus
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Ceanothus maritimus 'Point Sierra' - Maritime Ceanothus
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Ceanothus maritimus 'Point Sierra' - Maritime Ceanothus
Photo by Jennifer Leech

Ceanothus maritimus 'Point Sierra' - Maritime Ceanothus
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Botanic Name: Ceanothus maritimus 'Point Sierra'
Common Name: Maritime Ceanothus
Size: 2'h x 4'w
Sun: Sun-Part Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/dry
Attracts Butterflies
Type: both
Deer Resistant
Resistance: medium
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Description:
This selection of the Maritime ceanothus has smaller leaves than most. With its stiff branching the effect is similar to Cotoneaster. Lavender blue flowers appear in early spring. This low evergreen shrub is native to coastal bluffs of San Luis Obispo Co. but works well inland with shade in the heat of the day and with regular water.

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This plant IS NOT LISTED on our most current availability list.
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