Height: Evergreen shrub or ground cover that grows from 1 to 2 ft. tall.
Habitat: Grows best in dry to moist soil in full sun to full shade.
Foliage: Think, sharply pointed leaves that are red to purple in more sun exposure.
Flowers: Small, bright yellow flowers form tall, conical clusters and bloom April to May.
Fruits: Blue, edible berries.
Bark: Brown gray bark.
Natural Habitat: Found in light wooded area.
Why is it good for my garden? Low Oregon grape is a great evergreen plant for a taller ground cover. Flowers bloom early and berries late in the season bring in pollinators and birds. Berries are edible and tasty.
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