More images of Mahonia
Mahonia was a genus containing around 45 species of evergreen shrubs or small trees in the Berberidaceae family native to the Himalayas and Eastern Asia, and North and Central America. Several species are cultivated as garden ornamentals for their attractive leathery, pinnate, sometimes spiny leaves and clustered spikes of tiny usually yellow flowers often followed by blue-black berries. Many plants once known as Mahonia have recently been reclassified and are now included in the genus Berberis. These plants are often still bred and sold separately.
Special features of Mahonia
Plants for Summer Cuttings
Some of the many plants which you can take semi-ripe cuttings from in summer.Explore all
Garden Shrubs for Autumn and Winter interest
These evergreen shrubs are perfect additions to provide pollinators with shelter and food over the autumn and winter.