Concha Ceanothus is one of the oldest cultivated Ceanothus hybrids and still remains a favorite. Graceful arching branches explode with dark blue blossoms that perfume the air and feed the bees. Can withstand a pretty wide variety of soils for a Ceanothus but of course well-draining soils with light summer water are best.
Latin Name: Ceanothus ‘Concha’
Site and Soil: Concha prefers well draining soils in full sun and as a nitrogen fixing shrub can tolerate nutrient poor soils
Hardiness: 0º Fahrenheit
Size at Maturity: 6-8 feet high by 8-10 feet wide
Bloom Time: late spring
Pests & Diseases: None
USDA Zone: 7b