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Mahonia Nutt.
Mahonia Nutt. Oregon-grape. Don Minore, Paul O.
Mahonia aquifolium (Pursh) Nutt. Oregon grape BERBERIDACEAE
Mahonia piperiana Abrams. Odostemon aquifolium (Pursh) Rydb.
Mahonia gracilis
Mahonia gracilis – the Graceful Mahonia. The graceful Mahonia is native of. Mexico and a member of the.
Mahonia fortunei1
thin out at the bottom because mahonia stays full to the ground. Tallest canes fall over and grow horizontally as they reach about three or four feet tall.
Oregon Grape Holly (Mahonia)
Leatherleaf mahonia (Mahonia bealei) has the same aesthetic and cultural There are reports of leatherleaf mahonia invading southern woodlands.

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How to treat a confused mahonia
Helen Yemm advises readers on what to do about a mahonia that is flowering at the wrong time of the year. By Helen Yemm A mahonia owned by Audrey Timpson has a horticultural clock all at sixes and sevens.
Mahonia has dense, fern-like foliage
By DEE DEE JACOBSEN Mahonia is a compact, graceful little shrub that stays in its space and doesn't crowd its neighbors. Named after Mernard M.
Axia signs marketing pact
Axia signed a pact with Prime Pharma, a subsidiary of Allegiance Equity Corp., to market and develop the Mahonia product to combat psoriasis symptoms. It did not disclose financial details or the length of the contract.
September in the garden: Exotic invasive plants clog landscape
Good sellers, like the new purple-leaved forms of the mimosa tree and new cultivars of mahonia, nandina and butterfly bush, are showing up on invasive-plant lists, causing them to be illegal to sell in Tennessee.
Talk to focus on new, unusual plants for Deep South gardens
This new species of mahonia has fine soft leaves and yellow flowers in October. It likes filtered sun.

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Mahonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mahonia aquifolium
Habitat. native to British Columbia south to Oregon; Pacific Northwest; zone 5 and protected sites in 4. Habit and Form.
Floridata: Mahonia bealei
The leatherleaf mahonia's fragrant yellow flowers brighten up winter days to the delight of both bees and people.
PLANTS Profile for Mahonia (barberry) | USDA PLANTS
A PLANTS profile of Mahonia (barberry) from the USDA PLANTS database.
Mahonia japonica

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