March is just starting, and here in Southern California we can look forward to Ceanothus just starting to come into peak bloom. Here’s a teaser from my home garden: Island Ceanothus, Ceanothus arboreus, which makes a great large shrub or small tree, and is very fast growing. This tree is about 12 feet tall and 12 years old, but was full-sized after 4 years. Which Ceanothus are putting on a show in your yard?
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