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Mahonia aquifolium



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Mahonia aquifolium
Oregon grapeholly

An evergreen species native to the Pacific Northwest, this broad-rounded, small to medium shrub is known for its highly glossy dark green foliage, yellow flowers and blue berries.

Habit:Broad-rounded with either upright branching or lower branches lying on the ground; open, often irregular
Size:3-6' high
Color:Dark glossy green
Texture:Medium coarse
Hardiness:Zone 5b USDA
Habitat:British Columbia - Oregon
Family:Berberidaceae

 
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