Lycium exsertum  Bajada Wolfberry
SHRUB.  A densely tangled shrub with tiny, hairy, dark green spatulate leaves.  Flowers hang under the arched branches.  They are about 1cm long, .5 cm in diameter, and tipped with pale purple fading to white or tan.  Blooms in March-April, berries ripen in May.  Berries are bright orange red, oval, and appear to be attached sideways on the stalks.  Bark is dark gray and shreddy on older brandhes.  The most common wolfberry in the Empires, found nearly throughout.  Often grows with Celtis pallida and Zizyphus obtusifolia.