Baccharis pilularis 'twin peaks'

Baccharis pilularis 'twin peaks'

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Dwarf coyote bush

A California Native shrub from the Twin Peaks in San Francisco.  It is one of the fastest and toughest evergreen ground covers that can reach up to three feet tall and eight feet wide.  Cream flowers bloom in the summer, fall, and winter.  Prune in the spring.

Good with oaks, Toyon, Coffeeberry species, Manzanita species, Ceanothus species, sages, and most other chaparral species.

- Plant in full sun to light shade

- Drought tolerant

- Moderate to occasional water in the summer

- Water once a month once established

- Heat tolerant

- Attracts butterflies, birds, and bees

- Hardy to 25 degrees

- Native to California