Ceanothus integerrimus W. J. Hooker & G. A. W. Arnott var. parvifolius S. Watson
Stems: low, ascending, not rooting at nodes; twigs olive green to red, round, smooth, glabrous, flexible.
Leaves: deciduous, alternate; not clustered; stipules thin, deciduous; petioles to 5 mm; blades oblong-elliptic to elliptic, 0.6--2.5 x 0.3--1.3 cm, bases cuneate, 3-veined, sometimes weakly so, margins not revolute, usually entire sometimes minutely toothed near apex, tips acute to obtuse, abaxially pale green, rarely pubescent, adaxially green, glabrous, plane.
Inflorescences: axillary, raceme-like, 2.5--7.5 cm.
Flowers: pale to deep blue.
Fruits: prominently 3-lobed, 4--5 mm broad, smooth, horns 0; valve crests +/- 0.
Cytology: 2 n = 24 (M. A. Nobs, 1963)
Flowering: in summer (June and July)
Habitat: moist wooded slopes, flats; 1350-2100 m.
Range: Calif. [SNH.in Tulare n to El Dorado cos.]. View Distribution Map.