Ephedra viridis

David A. Verbil daverbil at ramp.com
Tue Feb 21 16:31:06 EST 1995


E. viridis is native to Nevada, Utah, southwestern Wyoming,
western Colorado and northern Arizona. It occurs at altitudes
of 3000 to 7000 feet on the edges of the desert and into
grassland and the pinon-juniper community.

cowens at ix.netcom.com (Christine Owens) wrote:
>Ephedra are a genus of evergreen shrubs, with separate male
>and female plants.  (If you plant both, they will produce small,
>red fruits.)  They are low-growing, fully hardy, and spread.  E.
>viridis has particularly vibrant green color, hence the name.
>
>Unfortunately, my reference doesn't say where the genus, or
>the E. viridis species is native.
>
>
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>>Does anyone know anything about Ephedra viridis? Where is it native to?
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