Cascara's deeply veined leaves are an eye-catching addition to the landscape. Generally clustered at the end of branches, deep green leaves provide a backdrop for small clusters of tiny flowers in spring. The fruit that follows is enticing to birds and small mammals. Drought tolerant once established is a feature makes cascara a good choice for your water-wise woodland garden.
|Plant Type||Tall shrub to small tree.|
|Flower Color||White, inconspicuous.|
|Height at Maturity||15-30'|
|Light Requirements||Sun to shade, prefers part shade.|
|Moisture Needs||Prefers moist soil, will tolerate summer drought.|
Moist, well drained.