Ceanothus impressus (USA)

Ceanothus impressus Trel., Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. II, 1: 112 1888.;

USA (California) as per Catalogue of Life;
 
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Ceanothus impressus Trel.       
Rhamnaceae
Common name:  Santa Barbara ceanothus  
Dense erect evergreen shrub with up to 2 cm long oval leaves with ridged and wrinkled surface, recurved margins, greyish hairy beneath, and small blue flowers in dense inflorescence.
Clicked from San Francisco Zoo, California. 

 



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