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Tall Oregon Grape is a powerhouse native! The bright yellow clustered flowers that develop in early spring are called racemes, that mature into matte blue berries. The waxy shiny leaves of Tall Oregon Grape change from bright green to red in the fall which creates year-round appeal.  Commonly found in dry shady areas, and can become drought resistant once established. This is a must have for a woodland or edible garden!

Tall Oregon Grape

  • Tall Oregone Grape - Mahonia aquifolium


    Size: 8-12' tall, 6-8' wide


    Growing Conditions: Full Sun to Full Shade, Dry to Moist Soils


    Features: Early bloomer cluster yellow flowers March through May. Edidble berries. Drought tolerant. Attracts pollinators. Fall color.


    Natural Habitat: Forest understory and woodland edges


    Companion Plants: Douglas Fir, Snowberry, Western Sword Fern, Red Huckleberry, Indian Plum, Fringecup, Common Yarrow

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