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Plant Name:

Hollyleaved Barberry

Scientific Name:

Mahonia aquifolium


Hollyleaved Barberry is an evergreen shrub with spiky, holly-like leaves.


Woodlands, forests, rocky slopes


Hollyleaved Barberry provides habitat and food for birds, small mammals, and insects. The plant's bright yellow flowers attract pollinators, and its blue berries are consumed by birds and small mammals. The spiky foliage serves as protective cover for wildlife.

Growing Conditions:

Hollyleaved Barberry prefers well-drained soils and partial to full shade.


Hollyleaved Barberry has ornamental value and is used in landscaping.

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Fun Facts:

Hollyleaved Barberry is native to western North America and is known for its medicinal properties.

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