Aside from Camellias, Winter Daphne and Edgeworthia, there just aren't a lot of other late fall to winter blooming shrubs to choose from, but we can add Mahonia to the list. As with many other Mahonia species, 'Narihira' displays the 6 to 8 inch tall candle-like spiked clusters of very pretty citron yellow flowers in late fall to mid-winter depending on your location. But the fine attributes don't end with the flowers. To us, the flowers are just an extra-added bonus. Small blue berries follow the bloom that are enjoyed by birds. But what's most attractive to us year-round in the landscape is the elongated, fern-like, deep green leaves that provide a beautiful soft texture and tropical look in the garden that contrasts well with most other plants nearby. This one pre4fers life on the shady side but is fine with the morning and evening sun. Get all the details below!