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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Relaxant properties of some aporphine alkaloids from Mahonia aquifolium.
Mahonia aquifolium is more commonly if less attractively known as the Oregon grape - it comes from North America.
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.
FOR DRY SHADE (including banks): Mahonia aquifolium, 2ft, fragrant yellow flowers in winter; Iris foetidissima, 1-2ft, grass-like foliage, mauve flowers; Rubus, prostrate evergreen with dark green leaves.
SHADE-LOVING PLANTS There are plants that prefer to be in the shade, such as mahonia aquifolium, fatsia japonica and spotted laurel.
Others which between them flower for several months are cotoneaster horizontalis, mahonia aquifolium, geranium species, sedum spectabile, brooms and flowering current.