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Arctostaphylos cruzensis - Arroyo De La Cruz Manzanita
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Botanic Name: Arctostaphylos cruzensis
Common Name: Arroyo De La Cruz Manzanita
Size: 2'h x 9'+w
Sun: Sun-Part Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/dry

Native to coastal areas of Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties, this is a decumbent shrub, growing to about 2 feet high and with a potential spread to about 9 feet or more. It is an excellent groundcover forming a loosely interwoven mat. New growth is an attractive gray-bronze. The large clusters of waxy, pale-pink flowers appear in January or February. It tolerates both high filtered shade and full sun and does best with at least one mid-summer watering. Monthly watering recommended in interior valleys.

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