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The Manzanita is a native California plant often called “mountain driftwood”. Red bark with blue-green leaves. It's Spanish-origin name means "little apple". The tree fruits a bright red berry that resembles a tiny apple.

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Manzanita

Manzanita, (Arctostaphylos), more than 40 species in California, from 2 in. to 20 ft., beautiful red to mahogany colored bark, white to pink urn shaped ...

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Everything you need to create a beautiful, unique Airplant "Tree". Great for airplant aficionados and newbies alike. Includes (1) Large Xerographica (the big one that looks a bit like a very stylish corsage) (2) Medium Airplants (5) Small Airplants (1) Container of clear Kraft Glue (0.18 fluid oz) (1) Bag of course white sand for "planting" (1) Manzanita Branch

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Dr. Hurd Manzanita Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' USDA zones: 6-10 Water requirement: Drought tolerant Light requirement: Full Sun Mature size: 15 ft Environmental benefits: Beautiful red bark and evergreen foliage Native range: California

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