Cascade mahonia, Mahonia nervosa, is one of our Northwest native plants. This suckering shrub forms a loose groundcover with lustrous emerald leaves and panicles of canary flowers in May and waxy blue berries in autumn. It is durable and an excellent choice when the plant palette is limited to native plants. It is adaptable to difficult growing situations like parking strips and parking lot planting beds. It would look great as a groundcover for Red stemmed dogwoods, Corylopsis pauciflora, Betula albosinensis var. septentrionalis and all witchhazels. It would be excellent on steep slopes. Broken roots and stems are sulfur yellow, which is a trait of all plants in the barberry family.
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