Baccharis emoryi 1g

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Widely distributed throughout the southwestern United States and northern Mexico in sandy washes and flood plains. A woody, upright shrub with toothed leaves that blooms in summer with clusters of puffy white flowers that are highly attractive to beneficial insects and butterflies. Grows 6 to 10 feet tall and 4 to 6 feet wide. Useful for plant community establishment, habitat restoration, soil stabilization, and soil conditioning in riparian areas. Not particular about soil type as long as it is well draining. Can be grown in sun to part sun. Needs regular to moderate water and tolerates seasonal flooding. Typically used in restoration projects rather than residential or commercial landscapes but is a good addition to wildlife gardens.
Common Name:
Emory’s Baccharis
Mature Height:
6-10'
Mature Spread:
4-6'
Exposure:
Sun/Part Sun
Growth:
Evergreen
Flower Color:
White