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Fernbush - fragrant foliage and petite white flowers.
Fernbush (Chamaebatiaria mellifolium, zones 4 to 8)
fernbush. dry regions with sun. flowers all summer
Fernbush 4 - 6' fragrant foliage drought and heat tolerant zone 4 - 8 fragrant summer flowers
Botanical name: Chamaebatiaria mellifoliumCommon name: FernbushUSDA zones: 4 to 8 (find your zone)Elevation range: 4,500 to 7,000 feetWater requirement: Very low once establishedLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 4 to 6 feet tall and wideBenefits and tolerances: Fragrant foliage and flowers attract
Fernbush (Chamaebatiaria mellifolium, zones 4 to 8) hails from the rocky slopes of the western United States. This unsung native attracts bees, butterflies and
“Fern bush” — Mary Grace
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Fernbush flowers photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
A member of the rose family, fernbush blooms from mid-June through August with white, honey-scented flowers on upright panicles. Glossy cinnamon-red bark is another attribute.
Great Design Plant: Fernbush A member of the rose family, fernbush blooms from mid-June through August with white, honey-scented flowers on upright panicles. Glossy cinnamon-red bark is another attribute.
Botanical name: Chamaebatiaria mellifolium Common name: Fernbush USDA zones: 4 to
Fernbush - blooms from mid June through August. White, honey scented flowers. Cinnamon red bark
A member of the rose family, fernbush blooms from mid-June through August with white, honey-scented flowers on upright panicles. Glossy cinnamon-red bark is another attribute.
“Fern bush” — jilluris
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How to use it. Fernbush thrives in hot, sunny locations. A showy specimen plant, it also works well
well massed as a screen or an informal hedge. Use it as a foundation plant along south- and west-facing walls, or in a xeric mixed border. Fernbush has a relatively coarse texture and makes a great foil to fine-textured plants such as rabbitbrush (Chrysothamnus nauseosus), Russian sage (Perovskia a
How to use it. Fernbush thrives in hot, sunny locations. A showy specimen plant, it also works well massed as a screen or an informal hedge. Use it as a foundation plant along south- and west-facing walls, or in a xeric mixed border. Fernbush has a relatively coarse texture and makes a great foil
“russian sage” — avalu
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Fernbush + agaves, chollas, prickly pear, barrel cactus, Russian sage & yuccas in cactus garden.
Planting notes. Fernbush adapts well to almost any well-drained soil — garden loam, clay or sand — and needs only moderate watering until established, and then only in the driest periods. The spent flower heads may be pruned off or left on the plant for textural interest throughout the winter.More:Great
“Fernbush” — Laura Hathorn
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Fernbush Foliage photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
fernbush, leaves are silvry in color and semievergreen. Fuzzy sticky to touch and aromatic.
Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush
“so a toad skinned like ferny shrub with aromatic and sticky leaves. What is it. Grows in Denver” — afj516
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Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush photo by Jocelyn H. Chilvers
Fernbush - Glossy cinnamon-red bark is another attribute
Chamaebatiaria millefolium, fernbush
Fernbush Bark
“Fernbush Bark” — Karen May
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Fernbush,Chamaebatiaria millefolium,Xeriscape,Xeric,Albuquerque, Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
“Fern bush” — debbkstd
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