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<h3>'''Botanical Name:''' ''Abronia maritima''<br> <h3>'''Botanical Name:''' ''Abronia maritima''<br>
-'''Common Name:''' ''Red Sand Verbena''<br></h3>+'''Common Name:''' Red Sand Verbena</h3>
-<br>+Rare. Requires excellent drainage, tolerates salt spray, but does not tolerate frequent summer water or extreme drought. Best on coast.<br>
-Rare. Requires excellent drainage, tolerates salt spray, but does not tolerate frequent summer water or extreme drought. Best on coast.+
---- ----
-'''Family Name:''' Nyctaginaceae<br>+'''Plant Family:''' Nyctaginaceae
-'''Size:''' 6 inches x spreading<br>+'''Plant Type:''' Perennial
-'''Form:''' Perennial<br>+'''Height by Width:''' 6 inches x spreading
-'''Growth Habit:''' Prostrate, horizontal mats<br>+'''Growth Habit:''' Prostrate, horizontal mats
-'''Growth Rate:''' Fast<br>+'''Deciduous/Evergreen:''' Stress deciduous
-'''Deciduous:''' Stress deciduous<br>+'''Growth Rate:''' Fast
-'''Flower Color:''' Deep wine red<br>+'''Sun Exposure:''' Full sun
-'''Flowering:''' February - November<br>+'''Soil Preference:''' Well-draining
-'''Exposure:''' Full sun<br>+'''Water Requiremenets:''' Occasional to moderate
-'''Soil Type:''' Well-draining<br>+'''Cold Hardy to:''' Frost tender
-'''Soil Moisture:''' Occasional to moderate<br>+'''Flower Season:''' February - November
-'''Hardiness:''' Frost tender<br>+'''Flower Color:''' Deep wine red
-'''CNPS Status:''' List 4/RED 1-2-2<br>+'''Endangered?''' List 4/RED 1-2-2
-'''Distribution:''' South Central Coast, South Coast, Baja, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Channel Islands<br>+'''Distribution:''' South Central Coast, South Coast, Baja, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Channel Islands
 + 
 +'''Natural Habitat:''' Coastal dunes below 300'
 + 
 +'''Hummingbirds:''' FALSE<br>
 +'''Birds:''' FALSE<br>
 +'''Under Oaks:''' FALSE<br>
 +'''Butterflies:''' TRUE<br>
 +'''Clay:''' FALSE<br>
 +'''Aromatic:''' FALSE<br>
 +'''Slope/Erosion:''' FALSE<br>
 +'''Container:''' FALSE<br>
-'''Habitat:''' Coastal dunes below 300'<br> 
---- ----
-'''Care and Maintenance''' <br>+'''Care and Maintenance'''<br>
-'''Other Names''' <br>+ 
-'''History''' <br>+'''History'''<br>
-'''Links''' <br>+ 
 +'''Other Names'''<br>
 + 
 +'''Links'''<br>

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Botanical Name: Abronia maritima
Common Name: Red Sand Verbena

Rare. Requires excellent drainage, tolerates salt spray, but does not tolerate frequent summer water or extreme drought. Best on coast.


Plant Family: Nyctaginaceae

Plant Type: Perennial

Height by Width: 6 inches x spreading

Growth Habit: Prostrate, horizontal mats

Deciduous/Evergreen: Stress deciduous

Growth Rate: Fast

Sun Exposure: Full sun

Soil Preference: Well-draining

Water Requiremenets: Occasional to moderate

Cold Hardy to: Frost tender

Flower Season: February - November

Flower Color: Deep wine red

Endangered? List 4/RED 1-2-2

Distribution: South Central Coast, South Coast, Baja, San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Channel Islands

Natural Habitat: Coastal dunes below 300'

Hummingbirds: FALSE
Birds: FALSE
Under Oaks: FALSE
Butterflies: TRUE
Clay: FALSE
Aromatic: FALSE
Slope/Erosion: FALSE
Container: FALSE



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