Abronia villosa

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Abronia villosa

Botanical Name: Abronia villosa

Desert Sand Verbena Common Name: Desert Sand Verbena



Rare throughout its range, endemic to CA. Threatened by flood control activities and development. Requires excellent drainage. Does best on coast.


Nyctaginaceae Family Name: Nyctaginaceae

4 in. H x 20 in. W Size: 4 in. H x 20 in. W

Annual Form: Annual

Prostrate to ascending Growth Habit: Prostrate to ascending

Fast Growth Rate: Fast

Deciduous Deciduous: Deciduous

Pink to magenta Flower Color: Pink to magenta

January - August Flowering: January - August

Full sun Exposure: Full sun

Well-draining Soil Type: Well-draining

Occasional Soil Moisture: Occasional

0 Hardiness: 0

List 1B/RED 2-3-3 CNPS Status: List 1B/RED 2-3-3

South Coast, Deserts Distribution: South Coast, Deserts

Sandy places in creosote-bush or coastal-sage scrub. 2000' - 4000' Habitat: Sandy places in creosote-bush or coastal-sage scrub. 2000' - 4000'


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