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Flowers, drought tolerance, evergreen foliage, and colorful red, purple, and gray bark on some species make manzanitas great landscape plants. They easily earn the label year-round plants. Ranging from just a few inches tall to towering 20-foot-tall plants, manzanitas vary greatly in shape and form. There is likely a great cultivar for your temperate landscape. Flowers vary from pink to white and are a favorite of hummingbirds and bees.
Manzanitas grow best in full sun and well-drained soil. They do not grow well in soil that is moist in summer. They prefer life on the dry side. Do not fertilize.
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