Oregon grape

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Related to Oregon grape: Mahonia aquifolium
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Synonyms for Oregon grape

small shrub with grey-green leaves and yellow flowers followed by glaucous blue berries

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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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Systemic immune support: Oregon grape, goldenseal; vitamin D; low-starchy-carb diet
Instead of sugars from molasses, this lure is a derivative of odors emitted by Oregon grape, an evergreen shrub whose flowers bloom at dusk.
ADDING COLOUR: The Oregon Grape is just one of the shrubs available in our offer
Substitutes for goldenseal include barberry, Oregon grape and Chinese goldthread.
Then she focused on four (salal, Oregon grape, huckleberry, sword fern) that, she figured, could generate $72 million in income.
Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium) A low-spreading evergreen shrub widely planted in the shade, its edible fruits are consumed by birds.
Plants that can be taken from 'car park' to garden include: OREGON GRAPE (MAHONIA AQUIFOLIUM) A LOW spreading evergreen shrub widely planted in the shade.
Water droplets pelt tree leaves, and the slower pace lets you soak up the forest floor's lush beauty of sword ferns, salal, Oregon grape, vine maples and mossy fallen timbers.
Watering is especially important for the evergreen Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium), a shrub suitable for planting under raised or deciduous canopies, or on the fringes of the canopy.
That research probably won't revolutionize Oregon grape contracts, but it's the kind of work that can give both growers and winemakers more things to think about as they pursue quality.
WHILE mahonia "Winter Sun" is grown for its attractive dark, shiny, evergreen foliage and yellow fragrant winter flowers, it's the blueblack, edible clustered fruits that cause its common name of oregon grape.
Salal, sword and deer ferns, huckleberries, and low Oregon grape form an evergreen understory.
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