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Fruit Description Hairy Manzanita is an attractive Northwest native evergreen with its twisting branches and Manzania smooth bark. It grows Manznaita a single stem which quickly forms a multitude of upright branches. Leaves are arranged in a simple, alternate fashion. They have a dull green or slightly blue color and are hairy on both sides. In the Pacific Northwest flowers first appear in June as clusters of small pale pink to almost white, urn-shaped blossoms.

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It prefers sunny sites on the edges of evergreen forests. Much cider has been brewed from Manzanita since time immemorial in California.

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A downcast flower is advantageous if you flower in the wet season, but it means you need very sticky pollen. Leaves are arranged in a simple, alternate fashion. Older shrubs exhibit a very pleasing smooth, reddish brown bark that peels off.

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The leaves and bark are chocked full of medicines and can be used to treat headaches, sores, colds, cramps, diarrhea, poison oak dermatitis, and more. Characteristic of all Manzanita species are small, cup-shaped, downward pointing flowers.

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Wherever you find varieties of Manzanita, you will also find a native bee that fits perfectly in that particular flower. In the Pacific Northwest flowers first appear in June as clusters of small pale pink to almost white, urn-shaped blossoms. They have a dull green or slightly blue color and are hairy on both sides.

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As the flowers fade in late June red berries begin to Flnd. It grows as a single stem which quickly forms a multitude of upright branches. It requires an acidic site with a soil pH of 3 to 7. Fruit Description Hairy Manzanita is an attractive Northwest native evergreen with its twisting branches and reddish smooth bark. Birds feast on the berries during the winter.

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