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Mahonia aquifolium



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About This Product

Botanical Name: Mahonia aquifolium, Berberis aquifolium

Common Name: Oregon Grape

An evergreen shrub with a suckering, rounded growth habit. Compound leaves are glossy and holly-like with spiny edges. Foliage emerges bronze-red, matures to dark green and turns purple-red in winter. Clusters of yellow flowers in spring are followed by edible, blue-black berries in fall. Berries are tasty in jams. Plant parts have medicinal uses. Attracts birds and bees. Native to the Pacific Northwest, including northern California.

USDA Zone: Zones 5 - 9

Sunset Zone: Zones 2 - 12, 14 - 24

Mature Height: 3 - 6 feet

Mature Width: 2 - 5 feet

Light Needs: Partial Shade, Shade

Water Needs: Low, Moderate, Regular

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