Mission manzanita (Xylococcus bicolor) and its cousins, the true manzanitas (Arctostaphylos) are in the Heath family.  Mission manzanita is a woody shrub with pink to white bell shaped flowers which turn into berries.  It is said that the Indians made a drink from these berries.  Note the hard (sclerous) leaves which curl down.  This is a strategy for conserving water, typical in many drought-tolerant plants.