Oregon Grape (Mahonia nervosa) Plant


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Mahonia nervosa, commonly known as Oregon grape, is a flowering plant native to the Pacific Northwest. It is especially common in second growth, Douglas-fir or western red cedar forests.  The plant was collected by Lewis and Clark during their famous expedition to the West before being described for science in 1813.
Type: Evergreen Shrub
Family: Berberidaceae
Growing Zones: 5 – 9
Native Range: British Columbia to northern California
Mature Height: 2 – 3 feet
Mature Width: 12 – 24 inches
Spacing: 12 – 15 inches
Sunlight: Full Shade, Part Shade
Water: Low
Soil Type: Average
Growth Rate: Moderate
Leaf Description: Hard, spiny, glossy
Bloom Time: Spring
Bloom Description: Yellow
Harvest: Root
Harvest Time: Fall-Winter
Drought Tolerance: Moderate
Special Properties: Bees, Butterflies, Pollinators, Deer resistant


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