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Arctostaphylos wellsii is a plant that grows at altitudes from 90 to 1200 feet into San Luis Obispo in California. The plant is an evergreen shrub native to Chaparral and coniferous forests. Arctostaphylos wellsii is extremely rare and is considered endangered.

Arctostaphylos wellsii can grow to six feet tall and form very dense stands. The plant can withstand high temperatures and drought, but is sensitive to freezing weather. Arctostaphylos wellsii has a smooth red stems, gray foliage and white flowers.

                                     
  • very high. Common understory shrubs at lower elevations are whiteleaf manzanita wedgeleaf ceanothus, California buckeye, California coffeeberry and western
  • north - slope cismontane mixed chaparral including chamise, montane manzanita whitethorn, tobacco brush, buck brush, interior live oak, and north - slope
  • island The rare and endangered Bonny Doon manzanita Arctostaphylos silvicola or silverleaf manzanita is the most common species, and is named for
  • and remnant chaparral and woodlands with Oaks Quercus turbinella and Manzanita in these higher parts of the mountains. Mitchell Caverns is home to two
  • mountain mahogany and juniper. Underbrush consists of pinemat manzanita greenleaf manzanita tanoak, chinquapin, and snowbrush. From 8, 000 feet 2, 400 m
  • from 4 15 feet 1.2 4.6 m include chamise, Eastwood manzanita Cuyamaca manzanita Mexican manzanita cupleaf mountain lilac, whitebark mountain lilac
  • endemic plants. These include: Nevin s barberry Mahonia nevinii Rainbow manzanita Arctostaphylos rainbowensis Round - leaved boykinia Boykinia rotundifolia
  • fire - prone plant species, consisting largely of chamise and various species of manzanita and ceanothus. Other plant communities found in area include oak woodland
  • advice of the USGS and closed the visitor center and accommodations at Manzanita Lake. The Survey stated that these buildings would be in the way of a
  • 1.5 to 3.0 m cypresses and pines and dwarfed shrubs of rhododendron, manzanita and huckleberry. In 1969, Pygmy Forest was designated as a National Natural
  • food source for the black - tailed deer. Rare native plants include Sonoma manzanita Arctostaphylos canescens ssp. sonomensis on Snow Mountain East, on St
                                     
  • big leaf maple, and red alder. Open slopes are dominated by ceanothus, manzanita coastal live oak, and gray pine. There is also an isolated stand of coastal
  • greasewood Adenostoma fasciculatum desert lavender Hyptis emoryi manzanita desert fan palm Washingtonia filifera scrub oak Quercus berberidifolia
  • forest mixed hardwood - canyon live oak forest Ponderosa pine - Hoover s manzanita woodland Ponderosa pine - mixed hardwood - coast live oak forest Ponderosa
  • US 101 at the Las Cruces junction 8 miles south of Buellton and US 101 in Pismo Beach, and between US 101 in San Luis Obispo and Interstate 280 in San Francisco
  • are interrupted by patches of montane chaparral species such as pinemat manzanita huckleberry oak, and mountain pride penstemon clinging to the expanses
  • maple in riparian zones. Meadows and brushlands have various kinds of manzanita along with huckleberry oak, chaparral and mountain whitethorn. Poison
  • deer herds as well as cattle and sheep Lower elevations have chamise, manzanita and ceanothus. Wildlife in the wilderness includes black bear, Roosevelt
  • may be inside some tea beverages. These species include: Mojave yucca, manzanita Mormon tea, and yerba santa. There is a claim to be over 80 bird species
  • Creek and can be a threat to hikers. Shrubs of the chaparral include manzanita chamise, California lilac, coyote bush, toyon, and winebush. Sugarloaf
  • sugar pine, and Douglas fir, as well as black oak, with an underbrush of manzanita ground rose, coffeeberry, and California lilac. The Loch Lomond button
  • well as madrone trees. Other plants at Boggs Lake include poison oak, manzanita wild pea, bracken fern, coyote thistle, wild mustard, and California
                                     
  • Sambucus mexicana and California sycamore Platanus racemosa Big - berry Manzanita Arctostaphylos glauca reach remarkable size within the park over 20
  • knobcone pines, chinquapin and buckeye create the canopy, with ceanothus, manzanita chamise, and chaparral pea growing dense and low. Adding a splash of
  • hills, open meadows, cliffs and stream canyons support vegetation of manzanita interior live oak, scrub oak, deerbrush, toyon, birchleaf mahogany, and
  • Creek Canadian Creek Big French Creek Little French Creek Price Creek Manzanita Creek Big Bar Creek Sailor Bar Creek North Fork Trinity River East Fork
  • chaparral, a type of plant community that includes greenleaf and pinemat manzanitas Arctostaphylos patula, A. nevadensis bitter cherry Prunus emarginata
  • The high - country to the north and east has closed - cone pine forests, manzanitas and oak woodlands. The oases are prolific with many types of fauna, especially
  • portions of the park, large areas of greasewood cover slopes, along with manzanita gray pine, canyon live oak, and blue oak. Cooler portions of the park
  • chaparral and a number of endemic plant species, such as the Mount Diablo manzanita Arctostaphylos auriculata Mount Diablo fairy - lantern Calochortus pulchellus

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