Mahonia in bloom

Zones: 5 to 9
Light: Part Shade to Shade
Bloom Time: Late Fall to Early Spring (depending on the variety)
Height: 3′ to 15′ tall (depending on the variety)
Spread: 3′ to 15′ wide

Mahonia is an unusual, tropical-looking shrub that produces sprays of fragrant, yellow flowers in late fall to early spring (depending on the variety).

Many varieties develop clusters of blue or black berries by summer that add to the plant’s interest.

It has spiky, evergreen leaves that often change color throughout the seasons and are deer resistant

Make sure to check the zones, size and bloom time of the plant you are buying as they vary considerably based on the species and variety.

Get more information about the Mahonia varieties here.

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