Mahonia

Mahonia spp.

profile iconMahonia lomariifolia flores
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A close up of a Mahonia plant with yellow flowers
profile iconMahonia lomariifolia flores
by Andel Früh (CC BY-SA 2.5)
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Mahonia is a genus containing 45 species of evergreen shrubs or small trees in the Berberidaceae family native to the Himalayas and Eastern Asia, and North and Central America. Several species are cultivated as garden ornamentals for their attractive leathery, pinnate, sometimes spiny leaves and clustered spikes of tiny usually yellow flowers often followed by blue-black berries.
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Special features

Attractive flowers

Attractive fruits

Attractive leaves

Environment

Frost hardiness

Hardy

Personality

Family

Berberidaceae

Flower colour

Yellow
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