Baccharis ‘Pigeon Point’

Pigeon Point Coyote Brush

Tolerates almost any soil type. A great selection for garden use. Introduced by Ken Taylor. Adaptable and dependable low growing form of the native coyote bush. Forms a mound of bright green leaves with an undulating habit 2 – 3 ft. tall and 6-8 ft. wide. Able to tolerate many soil types and watering regimes this shrub is best in full sun to light shade. Extremely drought tolerant along the coast but best with moderate to occasional summer water inland. When watered and annually trimmed to keep low and free of debris it is recommended for fire resistance landscapes.  A good addition to the habitat garden, coyote bush offers excellent cover to a wide variety of wildlife.  â€˜Pigeon Point’ is a male selection and does not make seed. Deer resistant.

Thanks to the Calscape & Theodore Payne Foundation for sharing information about this plant.

  • 1ft.-3ft. Tall
  • 6ft.-8ft. Wide
  • Flowers Summer, Fall, Winter
  • Evergreen
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