The cutest little manzanita!

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The littlest Ramona manzanita (big berry manzanita; Arctostaphylos glauca 'Ramona') ever, flowering in our front yard on a rainy day.  The plant is only about three inches tall, but it’s still putting out a cluster of perfectly white manzanita flowers.  We planted this specimen as a 1 gallon plant from Las Pilitas Nursery about nine months before the picture was taken.  The mulch is shredded redwood bark.
The littlest Ramona manzanita (big berry manzanita; Arctostaphylos glauca 'Ramona') ever, flowering in our front yard on a rainy day. The plant is only about three inches tall, but it’s still putting out a cluster of perfectly white manzanita flowers. We planted this specimen as a 1 gallon plant from Las Pilitas Nursery about nine months before the picture was taken. The mulch is shredded redwood bark.
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