Berberis subacuminata NJM 09.165

Found at 2750m alt. on Fan Si Pan Mountain, N. Vietnam, near the Chinese border, this evergreen shrub made plants to about 2m tall, with leathery, prominently veined, elliptic-lanceolate leaves. Clusters of yellow flowers are seen in spring, followed by slightly bloomy black berries in autumn. Should have good hardiness from this altitude.

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