Dwarf Oregon-Grape Leaves
Early springtime in the Pacific Northwest and this dwarf Oregon-grape (Mahonia nervosa) will start to bud soon. They have the most beautiful leaves with holly-like leaflets. Not a grape as we know it, but this native plant produces edible blue berries that are quite sour!
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- Contained in galleries
- Berberidaceae (Barberry Family)