Shrub

Mahonia aquifolia

Oregon Grape Holly

  • Deer Resistant!
  • Upright branching
  • Spreading form
  • Evergreen
  • Holly-like leaflets populate compound foliage
  • Showy, yellow bloom in April
  • Edible dark purple berries in fall
With upright branching and spreading form, this evergreen is distinctive for its Holly-like leaflets that populate its compound foliage, its showy yellow April bloom and its dark purple, edible beries in fall. Deer resistant. Will tolerate semi to full shade conditions and thrive. Attractive early bloom and late summer to fall fruit. Easy to grow and prune.
Edible
Edible
Evergreen
Evergreen
Full Shade
Full Shade
Partial Shade
Partial Shade
Deer Resistant
Deer Resistant

Characteristics and Attributes