WELCOME TO MY STORE. MY ITEM ALL GUARANTEE EASY GROWING. Oregon Grape Other Common Names: Hollyleaved Barberry / Oregon Grape Holly Scientific Mahonia Aquifolium Syn. Berberis Aquifolium Color: Yellow Flowers / Dark Blue Fruit Plant Seeds: Fall Sow Seeds Or Cold Stratify Bloom Time: Flowers March - May Harvest: Berries Late Summer - Early Winter Hardiness Zone: 5 - 9 Plant Height: 4 - 8' Plant Spacing: 4 - 6' Light Requirements: Sun - Part Shade - Shade Soil & Water Preferences: Average Quantity: 20 Seeds Other: Oregon Grape Holly Is An Evergreen Shrub Native To The Western Us & Canada. It Is The State Flower Of Oregon. They Are Very Ornamental & Provide A Huge Benefit To Wildlife. The Plants Are Drought Resistant, Deer & Rabbit Resistant, & Will Tolerate Poor Or Rocky Soil. The Flowers Bloom In Large Clusters In Early Spring Before Many Other Plants Have Even Woken Up. The Fragrant Bell-Shaped Flowers Will Attract Bees, Birds, & Butterflies. The Evergreen Holly Shaped Leaves Are Green In The Summer, & Take On Lovely Bronze To Red Highlights In The Fall. Hip Florists Everywhere Are Falling In Love With These For Cut Arrangements! In Fall, The Oregon Grape Has Showy Purplish-Red Berries That Look Like But Are Not Really A Grape. The Berries Are Edible But Tart, & Are Often Made Into Jelly, Juice, Or Wine. They Are Also Used To Make A Purple Dye. Song Birds, Game Birds, & Other Woodland Creatures Like Squirrels Will Love To Eat The Berries!
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