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Creeping Oregon Grape (Mahonia repens) - 1 Gallon Pot
A shrublet that is often used as a groundcover due to its low and spreading habit, the Creeping Oregon Grape, Mahonia repens, grows to around 1 foot to 18 inches tall very slowly creeping to 4 feet or so over time. It features highly attractive and ornamental holly-like evergreen leaves that are blue-green and turn to showy bronzy-purple to red shades in winter. In late winter to spring small clusters of fragrant bright-yellow flowers adorn the mound. The flowers are followed by edible blue berries resembling grapes, hence the common name, and we hear they are great for making a delicious jelly. This is perfect plant for use as a specimen or as a groundcover in a partial to fully shaded garden bed, woodland setting or home foundation planting. Combines beautifully with other types of Mahonia, Aucuba, Illicium (Anise), Cast Iron Plant, Hosta lilies, Heuchera, perennial ferns and other shade loving plants and trees. Get all the details below

Creeping Oregon Grape (Mahonia repens) - 1 Gallon Pot

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