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Purshia tridentata, commonly called Antelope Bitterbrush, is a hardy shrub native to our Southwestern Deserts. Grows quite large. 5' X 5' is not uncommon, sometimes grows as large as 10' X 10'. Excellent for stabilizing soil, as a feature shrub in the garden. Provides shelter and food for birds. Important source of pollen for bees.
USDA Zone(s): 3-9
Blooming Period: Summer
Exposure: Full Sun
Soil Type: Gravelly, sandy, loamy.
Water Usage: Xeric once established
Collection elevation: 3300 feet
Location: San Bernardino County