|Tall Oregon Grape|
(Aka Mahonia aquifolium)
A species of evergreen shrub native to western North America.
The leathery leaves resemble holly. The flowers, which appear in dense clusters in late spring, are yellow. These are followed by spherical dark dusty-blue berries.
1. For a complete and detailed description of this shrub, click here.
2. Its juice can be fermented to make wine, but you need to add a lot of sugar.
|Categories: shrubs flora edible|