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Arctstaphylos John Dourley * John Dourley Manzanita

Arctostaphylos John Dourley is a lower growing manzanita. Arctostaphylos John Dourley grows up to 3 feet tall and twice as wide. Arctostaphylos John Dourley blooms Winter into Spring with pink fading to white flowers. The new foliage of Arctostaphylos John Dourley is reddish and contrasts nicely with the grey-green older leaves. Arctostaphylos John Dourley grows in full sun and is quite drought tolerant. Arctostaphylos John Dourley is a hummingbird favorite as it blooms when not much else is blooming in the Native Garden. Arctostaphylos John Dourley is a host plant for the Western Tussock Moth Caterpillar and is often visited by Monarchs, California Dogface, and Cloudless Sulfur Butterflies looking for nectar when in bloom. Manzanitas suffer from fungal dieback. Proper sanitation is important not to spread the problem with your tools.Arctostaphylos John Dourley will not take traffic and looks best when it can grow to its natural width.

Arctostaphylos John Dourley, John Dourley Manzanita

Flowers and foliage of Arctostaphylos John Dourley the John Dourley Manzanita. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Other plants from the Arctostaphylos genus featured on this site:
Arctostaphylos edmundsii Danville
Arctostaphylos edmundsii Little Sur
Arctostaphylos Howard McMinn
Arctostaphylos insularis
Arctostaphylos Lester Rowntree
Arctostaphylos Pacific Mist