- Master Gardener Q&A: Creeping Mahonia hardy
- Question: I planted a creeping Mahonia in a groundcover of kinikinnick a couple of years ago, and it's about to flower, but many of the leaves are a sort of purple color. Is that normal, or is there a problem with this plant?
- Mahonia, a One-of-a-Kind Home Store and Floral Design Studio, Opens in
- (PRLEAP.COM) March 4, 2016 - MAHONIA, a home store and creative floral boutique located in Louisville's Nulu neighborhood at 806 E Market Street, Louisville, KY 40206, announces its official opening on March 1, 2016, with a grand opening celebration ...
- Don Davis: Gardeners preparing to plant
- A. Your plant looks like a holly but it is actually a deer proof member of the barberry family called leatherleaf mahonia. This shade tolerant bush blooms early, offering a much needed meal for bees at the end of winter.
- The easy way to turn your garden into a wildlife haven
- Food, in the form of flowers, fruit and berries, needs to be available year-round, so Maureen was pleased to see pulmonaria, chaenomeles, wild cherry blossom, viburnum and mahonia all flowering. Birds, amphibians and mammals don't necessarily need ...
- Master Gardener: Designing landscapes with native Nevada plants
- If they are light-loving plants, make sure they get the light they need during the day but are placed where they can be easily viewed at dawn or dusk when the light is dimmer.
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