Oregon Grape


Mahonia aquifolium is a native plant on the North American west coast from British Columbia to northern California, occurring mostly in the understory of Douglas-Fir forests. This plant is not a grape at all, but gets its name from the purple fruits that form following a robust yellow flower cluster. It resemble a holly bush, in fact the botanic name aquifolium means that the leaf is holly-like and is derived…


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