Ishi Pishi Manzanita
A northern California selection of manzanita by the great Arcto-phile Sean Hogan. “Arcto” meaning Arctostaphylos in this case, not a person who collects teddy bears. Named for the Ishi Pishi Falls on the Klamath River, Ishi Pishi Manzanita is a wonderful selection featuring stunning blue green leaves and some of the sexiest branching patterns you might ever come across.
Latin Name: Arctostaphylos manzanita ‘Ishi Pishi’
Site and Soil: Full sun and very well-drained soil.
Pollination Requirements: Self fruitful
Hardiness: Hardy to about 5° F.
Size at Maturity:10-15 ft in height and width, smaller with pruning.
Bloom Time: Late winter
Pests & Diseases: No pests or diseases that we’ve seen on our plants here in Portland
USDA Zone: 7b