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Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd'

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bexer wrote:
Beautiful! Can you tell me how long it takes to grow this large?
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Debbie Ballentine
This specimens is 30 years old. It takes about 10 years to get to a moderately large shrub of 10-12 feet. The one in the photo is about 12-15 feet. Does that help?
August 5, 2014 at 6:20PM   
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Botanical name: Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd'Common name: Dr. Hurd manzanitaUSDA zones: 7-10Water requirement: Low to noneSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 12’-16’ tall x 10’-15’ spreadTolerances: drought, coastal climates, most soils, deerEnvironmental benefits: Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees; slope stabilizer
Parry Manzanita(Arctostaphylos manzanita)Native to California chaparral, grasslands and woodlands from Mount Diablo north to Humboldt and Shasta counties. As with many manzanita species, in gardens Parry manzanita will perform well in all zones except deserts and high mountains.Manzanitas are terrific evergreen natives that can withstand even the hottest summers. Then in late winter to early spring — when nearly everything else is dormant — clusters of delicate white urn-shaped flowers erupt to provide generous nectar for hummingbirds, butterflies and pollinators. The small apple-like fruits are enjoyed by birds and people — manzanita cider is quite tasty.Parry manzanita will grow slowly to 10 to 12 feet tall and wide. The most distinctive characteristic of tree manzanitas is the rich, deep red bark on sculptural branches. The foliage of Parry manzanita varies from whitish to blue-green, olive green or dark green. Two available and reliable cultivars are ‘Dr. Hurd’ and ‘St. Helena’.Use Parry manzanita as a dramatic single specimen. Plant it on a sunny, well-drained slope or mound where it will get infrequent to no summer water once established. More: Browse plants native to your region
Other species, cultivars and hybrids:Arctostaphylos manzanita ‘Dr. Hurd’: A highly prized selection, Dr. Hurd, shown here, is adaptable and fast growing. It typically reaches about 15 feet tall and wide, with an upright, open form that shows off its lovely branches. Large white flower clusters appear from January to March. A. manzanita ‘Byrd Hill’: In favorable conditions Byrd Hill will reach 15 to 25 feet tall. Collected in Sonoma County, California, this manzanita has thick gray-green leaves and white to pale pink flowers. It looks best when pruned to open up its beautiful branches.A. manzanita ‘Saint Helena’: From Mount St. Helena in Napa County, California, this species grows into a small tree, with grayish leaves that contrast with the red bark. White bell-shaped flowers appear in late winter. This selection is very disease resistant.

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Other species, cultivars and hybrids: Arctostaphylos manzanita ‘Dr. Hurd’: A highly prized selection, Dr. Hurd, shown here, is adaptable and fast growing. It typically reaches about 15 feet tall and wide, with an upright, open form that shows off its lovely branches. Large white flower clusters appear from January to March. A. manzanita ‘Byrd Hill’: In favorable conditions Byrd Hill will reach 15 to 25 feet tall. Collected in Sonoma County, California, this manzanita has thick gray-green leaves and white to pale pink flowers. It looks best when pruned to open up its beautiful branches. A. manzanita ‘Saint Helena’: From Mount St. Helena in Napa County, California, this species grows into a small tree, with grayish leaves that contrast with the red bark. White bell-shaped flowers appear in late winter. This selection is very disease resistant.
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Botanical name: Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' Common name: Dr. Hurd manzanita USDA zones: 7-10 Water requirement: Low to none Sun requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 12’-16’ tall x 10’-15’ spread Tolerances: drought, coastal climates, most soils, deer Environmental benefits: Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees; slope stabilizer
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Botanical name: Arctostaphylos manzanita 'Dr. Hurd' Common name: Dr. Hurd manzanita USDA zones: 7-10 Water requirement: Low to none Sun requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 12’-16’ tall x 10’-15’ spread Tolerances: drought, coastal climates, most soils, deer Environmental benefits: Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees; slope stabilizer
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