Mahonia, flowering bush.
Oregon grape is a genre that has 70 perennial shrub species, which belong to the family Berberidácea, this generic name is dedicated to an American horticulturalist Bernard M Mahon, who introduced the plant by the expedition of Lewis and Clark (InfoJardín)
Leaves composed imparipinnadas, with leaflets espinosos. Yellow flower in spring. Blue fruit in autumn. Used as a garden shrub, isolated, for their fruit or reddish color in winter leaf presents. They adapt to all soil types. Temperate, although some cold resist. (mundojardinería)
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