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Ceanothus griseus var. horizontalis (Carmel creeper ceanothus)

C. griseus var. horizontalis is a prostrate evergreen shrub with dark-green, small ovate leaves. In summer, it bears clusters of light blue flowers.
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Ultimate spread 3m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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Ceanothus gloriosus (Glory mat)

Other names: Point Reyes ceanothus, Point Reyes creeper

C. gloriosus is a prostrate, evergreen shrub with oblong to elliptic, toothed, holly-like, dark green leaves, grey-hairy beneath, and spherical clusters of deep blue flowers in late spring and early summer.
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Ultimate spread 4m
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Ultimate height 0.9m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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Ceanothus 'Centennial' (California lilac 'Centennial' )

'Centennial' is a prostrate, evergreen shrub with smooth, rounded, dark green leaves and larger than normal dark blue blooms in mid-spring.
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Ultimate spread 1.2m
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Ultimate height 0.4m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
to maturity
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Ceanothus gloriosus 'Emily Brown' (Glory mat 'Emily Brown')

Other names: Californian lilac 'Emily Brown', California lilac 'Emily Brown', Point Reyes ceanothus 'Emily Brown', Point Reyes creeper 'Emily Brown', Ceanothus gloriosus var. exaltatus 'Emily Brown'

'Emily Brown' is a prostrate, dense, wide-spreading, borderline hardy, evergreen shrub with reddish-brown stems bearing small, oblong to elliptic, toothed, holly-like, dark green leaves and spherical clusters of blue to violet-blue flowers in late spring and early summer.
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Ultimate spread 3m
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Ultimate height 0.9m
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Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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Ceanothus gloriosus 'Anchor Bay' (Glory mat 'Anchor Bay')

Other names: Point Reyes ceanothus 'Anchor Bay', Point Reyes creeper 'Anchor Bay', Californian lilac 'Anchor Bay', California lilac 'Anchor Bay'

'Anchor Bay' is a prostrate, dense, borderline hardy, evergreen shrub with oblong to elliptic, toothed, holly-like, dark green leaves, grey-hairy beneath, and spherical clusters of dark blue flowers in late spring and early summer.
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Ultimate spread 2m
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Ultimate height 0.5m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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Ceanothus (any evergreen variety) (Californian lilac (any evergreen variety))

If you don't know the variety name of your Ceanothus, you can add this plant to your lists to get care advice. Ceanothus (any evergreen variety) are vigorous, bushy, spreading, or prostrate evergreen shrubs, usually with small, ovate, wrinkled, dark green leaves and compact, dense panicles or racemes of blue, pink, or white flowers in late spring and early summer or from late summer into autumn.
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Ultimate spread 8m
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Ultimate height 6m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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Ceanothus griseus var. horizontalis 'Diamond Heights' (Californian lilac 'Diamond Heights')

Other names: California lilac 'Diamond Heights', Ceanothus 'Diamond Heights', Variegated Carmel creeper

'Diamond Heights' is a vigorous, prostrate, wide-spreading, borderline hardy, evergreen shrub bearing small, oval, veined, yellow to yellow-green leaves with dark green centres and clusters of pale blue flowers in late spring and early summer.
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Ultimate spread 1m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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Ceanothus griseus var. horizontalis 'Silver Surprise' (Carmel creeper 'Silver Surprise' )

'Silver Surprise' is an evergreen, low growing shrub with striking, creamy-white, irregular variegation along the margins of the green, glossy leaves and is covered in masses of pale blue flowers in late spring.
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Ultimate spread 1.5m
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Ultimate height 1m
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Time to ultimate size 10-20 years
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