Hairy Manzanita (Arctostaphylos columbiana)
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A yellowish-brown dye is obtained from the leaves, it does not require a mordant.
The wood burns with a bright light and so was used at dances and ceremonials by the native North American Indians.
The wood is hard and is used for making tools and awl handles.
Cultivation & Habitat
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