Ceanothus prostratus (Mahala Mat)


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Plant Description: Prostrate grayish-green shrub that forms mats. Its evergreen leaves are oppositely arranged, oval in shape with several large, sharp teeth along the edges. The upper surface is green and hairless, and the underside is paler in color and feltlike in texture. When it blooms, the flower cluster contains 10-30 deep blue or purple flowers.  

  • Height: up to 1ft
  • Width: 5ft
  • Watering needs: moderate to dry
  • Sun needs: full sun to parth shade
  • Soil needs: low moisture
  • Bloom Time: Spring-winter

Landscape Use and Ecological Function: This native plant grows east of the Cascades crest in south-central Washington; southern Washington to California, east to Idaho and western Nevada. Prefers drier open woods, moderate to middle elevations in the mountains. We recommend this plant for use in woodland gardens or meadowscapes. It is a great plant to bolster habitat for wildlife. 

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