Creeping Oregon Grape (Mahonia repens)
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Creeping Oregon Grape
A yellow dye is obtained from the inner bark of the stem and roots[155, 257]. It is green.
Dark green, violet and dark blue-purple dyes are obtained from the fruit.
A green dye is obtained from the leaves.
Plants form suckers freely, making a good dense ground cover[11, 200], though they can be slow to become established and will need weeding for their first few years after planting out[K]. The sub-species M. repens rotundifolia has been especially recommended. A useful plant for preventing soil erosion on slopes.
Cultivation & Habitat
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