This gorgeous little beauty is a wonderful broadleaf evergreen ground cover endemic to coastal California, where it grows in seaside bluffs and on slopes of coastal mountains. It grows up to 2 or 3 feet tall, about about 6 feet wide in a low, spreading or mounding habit. The leaves are opposite, thick, elliptical, and 2 to 5 cm long. They are dark green year round, and the margins are heavily toothed. A notable characteristic of Point Reyes ceanothus are the adorable clusters of deep blue to purple flowers that bloom in late winter and early spring.
These plants will not tolerate full sun or drought- they enjoy a little afternoon shade. These are commonly used in gardens and native plant landscapes, in beach sand, or in the back of a perennial bed. They are great for attracting butterflies, bees, and birds, and they are also useful in erosion control.
Zones: 7 to 9
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