Browsing: Ceanothus

Ceanothus, commonly known as California lilac, is a vibrant genus of flowering plants native to North America. With over 50 species, it thrives in diverse habitats from coastal cliffs to mountain slopes. Its striking clusters of blue, purple, or white blossoms create a spectacle in spring, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies. Beyond its ornamental beauty, Ceanothus plays a crucial ecological role, providing habitat and food for wildlife. Its deep roots aid in soil stabilization and erosion prevention. Resilient and adaptable, Ceanothus symbolizes the rugged beauty and biodiversity of the American landscape, embodying nature’s resilience and harmony.