(Oregon Grape) A wonderful evergreen shrub with racemes of bright yellow flowers appearing from February to April. Guaranteed to brighten up a dull winter/spring garden and are followed by black berries. Low growing and dense foliage is deep bronze green with red stalks, and turns to an opulent shade of bronze red in winter. Prefers sun or part shade in well drained soil. Fully hardy perennial, able to withstand temperatures down to at least -15oC.
Flower Colour Yellow
Other Bees and Butterflies, Drought Tolerant, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, Pest Resistant
Hardiness Hardy Perennial
Delivery November onwards
Flowering Time Spring, Winter
Aspect Full or Part Shade
Spread 150cm (60")
Height 100cm (40")
Humus rich, moist and well drained
Best in partial shade
October to December
Grown for evergreen attractive foliage and clusters of bright yellow fragrant flowers, which are followed by fruits. Prune after flowering if necessary to control shape and size. Propagate by leaf bud or semi-ripe cuttings in summer. Fully hardy perennial.
All our plants have a guideline temperature for how well they will tolerate winter cold.
Fully hardy perennials will withstand temperatures down to -15 °C (5°F) and often lower. Hardy perennials are happy down to at least -5°C (23°F) Half hardy perennials can withstand down to around 0°C (32°F)
And Tender perennials may be damaged by temperatures below 5°C (41°F)
Please remember that temperatures can vary significantly within quite a small area, and hardiness can be affected by soil, position and other factors.
If in doubt please give us a call.
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