Panchito manzanita

Arctostaphylos x coloradensis

Panchito Manzanita, Arcostaphylos x coloradoensis, Plant Select
Outstanding selection of a native, broadleaf evergreen from the Uncompaghre Plateau in western Colorado. Tiny, waxy, white, urn-shaped flowers are very appealing. Small red berries can be produced on established plants. First selected and cultivated by Betsy Baldwin-Owens. Shrub. Read more here.

Tips from the pros: Does best when planted on slopes with good drainage - consider expanded shale or squeegee when amending clay soil. Seems to prefer shade in the late afternoon. Give it room to grow, even though it's slow to establish.
Plant Type Shrub
Height 10-24 inches
Width 36-60 inches
Flowering Season Early spring
Flower Color Pink
Sun Sun, Partial Sun
Water Needs Moderate to xeric
USDA Hardiness Zone Zones 4b-8
Soil Type Loam, sandy
Deer Resistant Yes
Good for Pollination Yes
Winter Interest Yes
North American Native Yes
Year Introduced 2006