|Photo Details ŠNicky
stems and leaves,
2. plant - April 22, 2005 - By Wildcat
road to Kolob Reservoir, Washington County,
3. May 10, 2012 - 10 miles south, then
east of Scipio, Millard
Flower: 1/4 to 1/2 inch
urn-shaped corollas are white to pink
Leaves: spoon shaped Bark: light brown
bark. Fruit: round, 1/3
inch in diameter, smooth,
brown, with a mealy pulp around hard seeds.
The fruit of greenleaf
manzanita is used by bear,
deer, other small mammals, and many birds.
Infusions of the
and bark were used by some native Americans to
treat cuts and burns.
Butterflies use the blooms as a nectar source.
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