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0 0 Oregon Grape

Oregon Grape

by MartinUrbanGemeinde Wien, Wien, Austria

Ranunculales / Berberidaceae

0 0 Oregon-grape

Oregon-grape

by Kate & ChrisKirkland, Washington, USA

This plant looks like holly with thinner leaves and colorful flowers that ...

0 0 Duck's Foot

Duck's Foot

by patrickneveOregon, USA

Barberry Family (Berberidaceae) Also known ...

0 0 Nandina

Nandina

by XinxinUniversity of British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada

heavenly bamboo, hard to tell it's a member of

4 0 May Apple

May Apple

by flowntheloopGeorgia, USA

Long-stemmed plants with umbrella-like leaves and distinctive white flowers ...

0 0 Oregon Grape

Oregon Grape

by MakitaOregon, USA

The Oregon-grape is not related to true grapes, but gets its name from the ...

1 0 Mayapple

Mayapple

by Christine Y.Connecticut, USA

White, nodding flower underneath and between a pair of large, deeply lobed, ...

0 3 Oregon Grape

Oregon Grape

by Kevin KaviFrankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany

The plant grows to 1–5 m (3 ft 3 in–16 ft 5 in) tall. Its leathery leaves ...

0 0 Mayapple

Mayapple

by QWMomGeorgia, USA

Herbaceous perennial plant in the family

0 0 Nandina, Heavenly bamboo or sacred bamboo

Nandina, Heavenly bamboo or sacred bamboo

Virginia, USA

species of flowering plant in the family

0 0 Raccoon Berry, Duck's Foot, Hog Apple

Raccoon Berry, Duck's Foot, Hog Apple

by jgorneauNew York, USA

a herbaceous perennial plant in the family

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Michay

by AgustinAmenabarLago Ranco, XIV Región de Los Ríos, Chile

> Berberis darwinii is a species of barberry in the family