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Baccharis halimifolia, commonly known as eastern baccharis, is a deciduous shrub valued for its tolerance to salt spray and moist soils, making it suitable for coastal landscapes; it features attractive silver-green foliage and small, inconspicuous flowers that provide late-season nectar for pollinators.

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Baccharis halimifolia

Common Name: Eastern baccharis

Type: Deciduous shrub

Family: Asteraceae

Native Range: Eastern North America

Zone: 5 to 9

Height: 6 to 12 feet

Spread: 6 to 12 feet

Bloom Time: September to October

Bloom Description: Inconspicuous

Sun: Full sun to part shade

Water: Medium to wet

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Coastal gardens, wetland restoration

Flower: Inconspicuous

Attracts: Butterflies, bees

Tolerate: Salt spray, wet soil

Baccharis Halimifolia

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Baccharis Halimifolia is adorned with striking clusters of fragrant creamy white flowers with white overtones and pink tips at the ends of the branches from late summer to mid-spring. This shrub boasts attractive dark green evergreen foliage, with fragrant narrow leaves that are highly ornamental and maintain their dark green color throughout the winter. The white fruits are carried on plumes from late summer to mid-spring.

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