Berberis hypokerina

An exceptional species, discovered by Kingdon Ward in Upper Burma. This forms a small evergreen shrub to about 1m high usually, with striking holly-like leaves up to 15 x 6cm, dark-green above and silvery-white beneath on a thicket of spineless purple stems. Masses of yellow flowers in spring, followed by dark-blue, white bloomed berries. Rarely obtainable.

Pot size: 2L



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