Mahonia


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Related to Mahonia: Mahonia aquifolium, Mahonia nervosa
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Synonyms for Mahonia

evergreen shrubs and small trees of North and Central America and Asia

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Mahonia japonica (inset) not only delivers purple-tinted leaves but scented flowers in winter.
Mahonia, 'Soft Caress', has all the impact of a standard mahonia, but without painful spikes
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Instead, though, we diverted to Cornwall, where James Tudor rode Start Royal into second at Wadebridge behind Mahonia - formerly with Paul Nicholls.
including Mahonia and Mahoberberis, Berberidaceae: Ranunculales) consists of approximately 400 species distributed in highland areas of the Americas and Tropical Africa, c.
Mahonia japonica is handsome, growing up to 2m in 10 years, with deep green pinnate leaves and long arching sprays of fragrant lemon yellow flowers in early to mid winter.
V) for the marketing and development of Mahonia products which have been clinically proven to help relieve the symptoms related to psoriasis.
Un problema especialmente complicado es el que compete a la identidad de Mahonia trifolia Schltdl.
PAUL NICHOLLS wasted no time putting down his marker in 2009 when Big Buck's blasted on to the World Hurdle scene and his Mahonia looks set to continue his blitzkrieg in the Tolworth Hurdle with the fourth
An ointment containing extracts from Mahonia aquifolium, Viola tricolor and Centella asiatica has previously been studied in open uncontrolled trials with children.
For a show of flowers and leaves, Mahonia is a genus of evergreen shrub introduced from North America and China.