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Grape Holly

Mahonia aquifolium


Oregon grape holly is an evergreen shrub growing 5 to 6 feet tall from branches produced by a slowly spreading underground root system. It's neither a grape nor a holly but a member of the barberry family. It has compound leaves with 11 to 19 leaflets, each about 2 inches long and ringed with spiny teeth. In the summertime, leaves are dark green; in winter they turn maroon

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Salt Lake City, Utah

Lat: 40.76, Long: -111.89

Spotted on Apr 27, 2011
Submitted on Apr 27, 2011

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