Berberis repens

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 Berberis repens subsp. var.  Creeping Mahonia, Creeping Oregon-grape, Creeping barberry, Prostrate Barberry
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Habit: shrub
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Lifespan: perennial
Exposure: sun, part-sun
Features: evergreen, drought tolerant, fire resistant
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USDA Zones: 5 to 8
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Berberidaceae > Berberis repens var. ,

Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Mahonia repens, Don (Berberis repens, Lindl. B. Aquifolium, Brit. & Brown. B. nana, Greene. Odostemon Aquifolium, Rydb.). Rarely over 1 ft. high, stoloniferous: lfts. 3-7, roundish ovate or ovate, pale or glaucous and dull above, spinulose-dentate, 1½-2½ in. long: fls. and fr. as in the preceding. Brit. Col. to Calif, and N. Mex.— Hardier than the preceding species, but less handsome.

Var. rotundifolia, Fedde (Berberis rotundifolia Herveyi, Hort.). Lfts. usually 5, broader, often sub- orbicular, nearly entire or finely and sparingly serrate. Var. macrocarpa, Jouin. Frs. thicker and lvs. less opaque.

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