Plant Family / Mahonia

 

Mahonia Repens, Creeping Mahonia, Creeping Hollygrape, Creeping Oregon Grape, Creeping Barberry, Prostrate Barberry, Blue berries, Yellow Flowers, evergreen shrub,  Mahonia Aquifolium,Mahonia Japonica

Mahonia

Providing multi-season interest, Mahonia are evergreen shrubs grown for their attractive dark green foliage and clusters of cheerful, bright golden-yellow flowers. Sometimes  fragrant, they attract pollinators before giving way to clusters of black or blue-purple berries which attract birds and wildlife. Mahonia are easy to grow and thrive in full sun, semi-shade or even in the shade.
 


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Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon Grape Holly)

Adding color and splendor to the shade garden, Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon Grape Holly) is a striking evergreen shrub with multi-season interest.

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Mahonia repens (Creeping Mahonia)

Forming an attractive and tight ground cover, Mahonia repens (Creeping Mahonia) is a low-growing, evergreen shrub with multi-season interest. In spring, racemes of cheerful, bright golden-yellow flowers appear just above the leaves.

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