Mahonia confusa 'Narihira'

Unusual species with evergreen, fern-like leaves that are soft to the touch. Slender upright racemes of small yellow flowers from early fall into winter, followed by attractive blue-black berries. Compact shape with an exotic look.

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Mahonia confusa 'Narihira'

Unusual species with evergreen, fern-like leaves that are soft to the touch. Slender upright racemes of small yellow flowers from early fall into winter, followed by attractive blue-black berries. Compact shape with an exotic look.

flowering : 10-12 green yellow
height : 50-150 cm
where to plant : morning sun ⋄ evening sun ⋄ open shade ⋄ filtered ⋄ shade ⋄

18,25 low stock
per Unit / size 2L
quantity
low stock : 6 pieces
Ref 28551.47

where to plant Mahonia confusa 'Narihira'

  • height: 50-150 cm
  • flowering: October - December
  • color: green yellow
  • leaf color: green pale yellow
  • habit: wide
  • light: morning sun evening sun open shade filtered shade
  • moisture: average moist
  • winter zone: 7 [-15°C]
  • density: 1 - 2

Mahonia confusa 'Narihira' in the garden

  • Suggested planting locations and garden types: shrub border small garden park border

botanical information about Mahonia confusa 'Narihira'

  • Botanical name: Mahonia confusa 'Narihira'
  • Genus: Mahonia
  • Family: Berberidaceae
  • synonyms: Mahonia confusa Nara Hiri
  • origin: hybrid

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