Elizabeth Bush Anemone

Carpenteria californica 'Elizabeth'

A formal-looking California native, this evergreen shrub produces clusters of fragrant, snow white flowers with golden centers, at branch ends during late spring and summer. Flowers of ‘Elizabeth’ are smaller in size than the parent species, but both provide an important food source for local pollinators. Resistant to oak root fungus. May be pruned to maintain a clean shape, or left untended to grow as a rounded mound of foliage.


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Elizabeth Bush Anemone

Carpenteria californica 'Elizabeth'
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3 / 5 gallon, 12" h x 14" w

Deciduous / Evergreen

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Common Nursery Plant Forms

We use plant forms to describe how a plant has been grown in our nursery. Here are some common nursery plant forms explained.

A bush or multi refers to a shrub or small tree grown with multiple stems.

A standard has been trained to have a single trunk.
Many bush/multi plants are also available in standard form, so be sure to check the form when you add plants to your cart.

A column refers to a tree or shrub grown into a tall, narrow shape.

An espalier is a plant trained to grow in a two-dimensional form against a trellis.

Staked plants will be tied to a wooden or plastic stake during the growing process. This technique is generally used on vines but is sometimes used for certain trees or shrubs.