California Natives - BACCHARIS PILULARIS
Dwarf Coyoty Brush
An evergreen shrub that is useful as a bank or a ground cover. Foliage is dense and billowy. Flowers are small, white and in bloom from October to January. A California Native keystone species that is beneficial to wildlife. Tolerates alkaline, clay, coastal, high desert, and seasonally flooded soils.
USDA zones: 8 - 10
Sunset zones: 5 - 11, 14 - 24
Mature size: 2 - 3 feet high and 6 - 8 feet wide
Light needs: full sun
Water needs: little to moderate water