They easily earn the label year round plants.
Manzanita plant. It prefers loose well drained acidic soil and areas that provide enough sun. Louis edmunds manzanita is a horticultural selection of arctostaphylos bakeri from the northern coast discovered by plantsman louis edmunds and introduced by saratoga horticultural foundation in 1962. Manzanita grows on the mountains rocky hillsides and chaparral. Flowers drought tolerance evergreen foliage and colorful red purple and gray bark on some species make manzanitas great landscape plants.
They are evergreen shrubs or small trees present in the chaparral biome of western north america where they occur from southern british columbia and washington to oregon california utah arizona new mexico and texas in the united states and throughout mexico. The leaves are alternate thick evergreen and smooth edged. Manzanita is an evergreen plant that belongs to the heather family. They are woody plants from chaparral and forest and range in size from sprawling groundcovers to small trees.
Manzanita any of about 50 species of evergreen shrubs and trees of the genus arctostaphylos of the heath family ericaceae native to western north america. There are more than 100 species of manzanita that can be found in mediterranean region europe and across north america. Manzanita is a common name for many species of the genus arctostaphylos. This hearty selection works well in sun to part shade and can tolerate more water than most manzanitas.