Arctostaphylos spp.



There are about 60 species of Arctostaphylos, ranging from ground-hugging arctic, coastal, and mountain species to small trees up to 6 m tall. Most are evergreen Manzanitas, where they occur from southern British Columbia in Canada, Washington to California and New Mexico in the United States, and throughout much of northern and central Mexico.
Three species, the bearberries, A. alpina, A. rubra and A. uva-ursi have adapted to arctic and subarctic climates, and have a circumpolar distribution in northern North America, Asia and Europe.
Displaying 1 to 1 (of 1 products) Result Pages:   1   
 
Displaying 1 to 1 (of 1 products) Result Pages:   1