Ceanothus prostratus (USA)

Ceanothus prostratus Benth., Pl. Hartw. 302 1849. (syn: Ceanothus prostratus var. laxus Jeps.);

USA (California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington State) as per Catalogue of Life;


 
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Ceanothus prostratus from Tahoe California-GS10022020-6 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
Ceanothus prostratus Benth.
Rhamnaceae
Common names:  Prostrate ceanothus, Pinemat  
Prostrate mat-forming evergreen shrub with oval leaves with 3-9 sharp teeth along margins, blue, purple to lavender flowers in umbel-like inflorescence. Fruit rounded with horned lobes.
Clicked from Tahoe, California. 



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