Ceanothus cuneatus

  • Ceanothus cuneatus  buckbrush
buckbrush

One of California's most widespread species offering a variety of forms. Typically buckbrush grows as an arching shrub growing 4-6 ft. or more tall and wide with small, thick, leathery leaves. Flowers can range from white to lavender to purple and are produced in small tight clusters in early spring. When in full bloom, the powerfully sweet scent of the flowers engulfs the visiting hiker. An excellent choice for hot dry conditions and difficult sites where it will grow in full sun with little to no water once established. Valuable addition to the habitat garden where it provides food and cover for a wide array of wildlife, birds, bees and butterflies. Said to be deer resistant.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of July 3, 2019:

Notes 1g
Santa Cruz form - big leaves 2 @
$10.00