Ceanothus 'Marie Simon'
Ceanothus pallidus 'Marie Simon'

Ceanothus pallidus ‘Marie Simon’

Pink Flowering Ceanothus

This semi-decidous ceanothus will grow into a lovely moderately sized shrub of about 3′-6′.

Ceanothus Marie Simon unlike other varieties makes a lovely display of pink fluffy flower clusters that bloom mid to late summer & into the fall.

Responds well to a hard pruning while dormant.

Cultivars such as this are horticultural selections and hybrids, they do not play a part in the native ecology but work beautifully in a garden.

Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Water: Dry, Light
Soil: Clay, Loam, Sand
Other: Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Bees, Attracts Birds, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant
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Additional Information

Ecological Value

Attracts all sorts of wildlife.

Historical Uses

x pallidus is a group allegedly resulting from the further crossing of x delilianus with Ceanothus ovatus, an eastern species.


Selected for the garden.


Selected for the garden.


Selected for the garden.


Selected for the garden.