Mahonia pallida

A small Mexican species only reaching approximately 1m. The pinnate foliage is blue-grey-green and more restrained than many species. The flowers are, as the name suggests, white and pale yellow and are held in panicles up to 25cm long from summer to autumn, followed by white bloomed blue-black fruit. For a warm sheltered spot in sun or shade. Drought tolerant.

Pot size: 2L
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