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Grape holly

Mahonia

Grape holly is a flashy star for the shade, with its red new foliage and wands of sweetly scented yellow flowers in spring. Blue-black berries follow. The spiny leaves resemble holly foliage, but the color is a duller green that deepens to dusky tones in winter. Shield grape holly from wind and sunburn in winter, and mulch it to protect roots in winter. Grape holly thrives in moist, acidic soil.

Light:

Part Sun, Shade

Type:

Height:

Under 6 inches to 8 feet

Width:

To 10 feet wide

Foliage Color:

Zones:

6-9


how to grow Grape holly

more varieties for Grape holly
Leatherleaf grape holly

Leatherleaf grape holly

Mahonia japonica 'Bealei' bears blue-green leaves and blooms later than most in spring. It grows 6 feet tall and 10 feet wide. Zones 7-8

Mahonia eurybracteata

Mahonia eurybracteata

Mahonia eurybracteata shows off finely divided, glossy green leaves. Yellow flowers appear late in the season and are followed by clusters of blue-black berries. It grows 4 feet tall and wide. Zones 7-10

Mahonia japonica

Mahonia japonica

Mahonia japonica is upright evergreen shrub with dark green leaves and pale yellow flowers from fall to spring, with clusters of pale blue berries. It grows 6 feet tall and 10 feet wide. Zones 7-8

Oregon grape holly

Oregon grape holly

Mahonia aquifolium has a open habit and grows 3 feet tall and 5 feet wide. It develops medium-green spiny leaflets and spikes of yellow flowers. Zones 6-9

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