Arctostaphylos

Bright evergreen leaves, against maroon, twisted trunks, alongside heather-like flowers of the genus Arctostaphylos are in part what gives wild Western North America its character and appeal.  Over 60 or so species of manzanitas can be found here with sizes and form as varied as the environments from which they come.  Manzanita groundcovers hug the cold sandy shores along the wind-whipped, Pacific coast, grow into sizeable gray-green shrubs with massive trunks in the shadows of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and grow into picturesque 25' trees in Shasta Mountain country. 

The character, ease of culture and versatility of manzanitas have made them popular additions to gardens. Horticultural hybrids and selections of Arctostaphylos abound. 

Please see our Guide to Arctostaphylos (Manzanita) for descriptive and cultural details.

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    Arctostaphylos glandulosa 1g

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    Deep red bark, big berries, gray-green leaves, slope stabilizing roots. Cold Hardy.
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    Arctostaphylos glauca 1g

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    Dark red bark, big berries, gray-green foliage, deep roots, Very hardy!
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  • Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Wayside' 1g
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    Arctostaphylos hookeri 'Wayside' 1g

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    A mounding shrub with exceptional shape and pretty pink flowers. Good on slopes and under trees. Tolerant of all soils. Cold Hardy to 15°F.
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    Arctostaphylos insularis 'Canyon Sparkles' 1g

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    A selection of Arctostaphylos insularis introduced by the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, ‘Canyon Sparkles’ is a medium-size, rounded shrub that can be shaped into a small tree. One of the few Manzanitas that can be grown in a pot. Blooms in mid winter...
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  • Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' 1g
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    Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' 1g

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    Dark bark, slow growing (will take many years to reach 10 feet or more). Open habit - great for training into a small multi-trunk tree. Occasionally can be found in 15g but rarely in larger sizes. Sculptural, dark red trunk with large, mint green leaves,...
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  • Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' 5g
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    Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' 5g

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    Dark bark, slow growing (will take many years to reach 10 feet or more). Open habit - great for training into a small multi-trunk tree. Occasionally can be found in 15g but rarely in larger sizes. Sculptural, dark red trunk with large, mint green leaves,...
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  • Arctostaphylos u. 'Point Reyes' 1g
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    Arctostaphylos u. 'Point Reyes' 1g

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    Small, dark green foliage, creeps widely. Heavy soils okay, Heat, smog, cold hardy to 15°F. Size is highly variable and it will mound over time.
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