5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root

Code: PL6100
5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root
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5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root5x Mahonia aquifolium "Oregon Grape" 45-60cm Bare Root
The Oregon Grape Mahonia is a winter flowering evergreen shrub which can be grown up to 3 meters high. It can be used as a unique, informal hedging, perfect for bringing colour to your borders. Bright yellow flowers burst into life in the dead of winter and iridesce against the contrasting, sometimes dull backdrop of the January garden. These flowers give way to deep blue-black berries at the start of spring and provide much needed early food for the returning wildlife. It's wild habit creates a rough, natural looking hedge, ideal for creating an informal, wildlife friendly border. The foliage is spiky with a rich gloss which often leads them to be mistaken for Holly although these leaves will turn a deep crimson in Autumn.

Characteristics
  • Arrives bare-root at a height of 45-60cm (1'6"-2ft)
  • Flower Colour: Yellow
  • Foliage Colour: Dark green
  • Approx. Growth Height: 1-1.5m
  • Flowering Period: Winter
  • Tolerance: Shade tolerant, prefers well drained soils
  • Growing Habit: Wild
  • Hardiness: Fully hardy
  • Exposure: Exposed or sheltered
  • Rate of Growth: Fast
  • Wildlife friendly, flowers attract bees and berries attract birds. Dense and good for nesting

Planting
  • Planting Distance: 30-50cm (1ft-2ft)


Caring and Maintenance

After planting, thoroughly water your Mahonia to help establish roots.

 
Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4.5/5 (2 reviews)

Rating: 5/5

"Healthy plants delivered safely."

Reviewed Thursday, 23 March 2017

Rating: 4/5

"When I unravelled them, there were 6 plants. Some of the leaves are a bit dog eared in places but a small matter. I put them in the ground and although the soil is very wet they are all doing well. I will be buying my plants from Primrose again."

Reviewed Monday, 13 March 2017

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