Mahonia pinnata ‘Ken S. Howard’

A selected form of a rare West Coast USA native, this makes an evergreen shrub to about 1.2m high with handsome, spiny, very glossy, heavily textured pinnate foliage that emerges in spring heavily red flushed. Congested panicles of rich yellow flowers are also seen in spring. For a sunny or part shade site in well drained soil. Most unusual. AKA 'Ken Hartman'.

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