Mahonia aquifolium

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Synonyms for Mahonia aquifolium

ornamental evergreen shrub of Pacific coast of North America having dark green pinnate leaves and racemes of yellow flowers followed by blue-black berries

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Oregon Grape Root (Mahonia aquifolium): The chemical components of Mahonia aquifolium (Ma) consist of isoquinolin and isoquinoline derivates including berberine, berbamine, and oxyacanthine.
Mahonia aquifolium has hanging clusters of yellow and sweetly perfumed flowers and Mahonia x media 'Charity' also offers a gorgeous, perfumed winter display.
Moist Shade - Hostas, Ferns, Iris siberica, Hydrangea petiolaris, Brunnera macrophylla, trilliums, Camellia japonica, Mahonia aquifolium, Rubus tricolor and Sarcococca.
It was Mahonia aquifolium, not the most spectacular species but nonetheless welcome and grew steadily to optimum size - around 1.
For more lasting effects there's Oregon grape or Mahonia aquifolium Atropurpureum, an evergreen shrub whose bright green leaves turn red-purple.
AMEX:IG) announced the grant of a US patent (# 7,205,006) for encapsulated Mahonia Aquifolium Extract, Extraction Process and Pharmaceutical composition containing the same.
The antipsoriatic Mahonia aquifolium and its active constituents; I.
Mahonias come in a variety of different sizes and shapes: for a tall imposing shrub go for mahonia 'Lionel Fortescue', well worth growing for the name itself and for a smaller, more delicate plant try mahonia aquifolium.