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Mahonia are evergreen shrubs which are grown for their foliage. They have yellow, cup-shaped flowers which are beautifully fragranced and spiny-margined leaves. Leaves are grey-green in colour but can be a purple-red when young. Flowers are followed by decorative, purple-black fruits. Low growing species can be used as ground cover to minimise weeding. Taller shrubs are perfect for use in a shrub border. Mahonia require moderately fertile soil in full or partial shade. They also require shelter from cold winter winds. Mahonia do not require regular pruning but should be dead-headed after flowering.

  1. Mahonia Bealei

    Mahonia Bealei 3 Litre Pot


    Medium to large evergreen of upright stately habit bearing bluish green leaves spotted yellow and white at the base. Very fragrant light yellow flowers in autumn/early winter. New Leaves open plum coloured.

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  2. mahonia charity

    Mahonia Media Charity 5 Litre Pot


    Mahonia Media Charity - Stout, upright racemes of fragrant, yellow flowers in large clusters in Autumn/Winter

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  3. winter sun

    Mahonia Media Winter Sun 18 Litre Pot


    Mahonia Media Winter Sun has deep yellow fragrant arching flowers in large clusters in autumn/early winter. Height now 100cm bushy specimen size Learn More