Plant type: Tree
Plant origin: N/A, California
Creosote Bush Scrub, Joshua Tree Woodland, Riparian
Attracts Wildlife, Important to Native People
A small native tree or large shrub growing to 30 feet with spreading crown and trunk diameter of 1 foot or more. Usually found along streams, canyons, and washes, in moist soil, plains grassland, upper desert, desert grassland, and woodland zones. Excellent for riparian restoration. The leaves are eaten by a number of insects, particularly certain moth caterpillars.Plant in full sun.
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