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Ericameria laricifolia, or Turpentine Bush, is a native perannial shrub that is found on rocky slopes, mesas, and in canyons between 3,000-6,000 ft. The narrow, resinous leaves exude a turpentine-like aroma when crushed. The plant produces dense clusters of small yellow flowers (mostly disc flowers, but some with narrow rays) from August-November. This is a fantastic pollinator generalist plant and it fills an important niche in the nectar landscape by providing food for pollinators in the late fall. No shipping. 


4x10 pots are 4” wide by 10” tall and commonly used in our restoration projects, roughly same volume as a 1 gallon pot.

Turpentine Bush, Ericameria larcifolia, container plant

  • 3,000-6,000 ft