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  • Distinctive Holly-Like Leaves: Oregon Grape Holly is known for its pinnately compound, glossy, holly-like leaves. The leaflets are spiny and give the plant an attractive and textural appearance, resembling true holly leaves.
  • Yellow Flowers in Spring: In late winter to early spring, Mahonia aquifolium produces clusters of bright yellow flowers. The fragrant blooms are a welcome sight and provide early-season nectar for pollinators, including bees.
  • Blue-Black Berries: Following the flowering period, Oregon Grape Holly develops clusters of small, blue-black berries. These berries are a distinctive feature and provide visual interest in the landscape. They are also attractive to birds.
  • Evergreen Foliage: The evergreen nature of Mahonia aquifolium ensures that it retains its foliage throughout the year, providing structure and greenery to the garden even in winter.
  • Adaptable to Different Soils: Oregon Grape Holly is adaptable to a variety of soil types, including clay and loamy soils. It prefers well-drained soil conditions but can tolerate a range of pH levels.
  • Drought Tolerance: Once established, Mahonia aquifolium exhibits good drought tolerance. This makes it suitable for landscapes in regions with periodic water shortages.
  • Tolerant of Shade: Oregon Grape Holly can thrive in partial to full shade, making it a valuable addition to woodland gardens or shaded areas of the landscape.
  • Landscaping and Hedging: Due to its evergreen foliage, spiny leaves, and visual interest throughout the year, Mahonia aquifolium is often used in landscaping as a specimen plant, in mass plantings, or as a low hedge.
  • SPREAD 100-125 CM
  • HEIGHT 100-125 CM

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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