Southwest of Scipio
Photo Details ©Nicky
stems and leaves,
2. plant - April 22, 2005 - By Wildcat Campground on
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 a wide array of 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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