CERCOCARPUS MONTANUS, True Mt. Mahogany 1 gallon

CERCOCARPUS MONTANUS, True Mt. Mahogany 1 gallon
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A perennial shrub found on dry and sunny slopes at elevations ranging from 4,000 to 8,500 feet. It is found in shallow, rocky soils. Typically four to nine feet tall has yellow blooms in the summer that change to long feathery seed heads. Mountain mahogany seeds are eaten by small mammals and birds. In addition, its twigs are eaten by deer and elk. Specifically, mountain mahogany shrublands serve as a calving environment for elk. Finally, mountain mahogany provides shelter and predator protection for birds and small mammals.

  • Berries: no
  • Drought Tolerant: yes
  • Evergreen: yes
  • Flower Color: yellow
  • Flowers, Berries or Seeds: seeds are feathery and persistant
  • Mature Height: to 9'
  • Sunshine: full
  • USDA Zone: 3
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Price $10.00
Availability In-Stock
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