Creeping Mahonia, Creeping Oregon Grape
Low spreading evergreen ground cover that grows to1ft.x 2ft. It has holly-like bright green leaves that turn red to purple in the winter. Bright yellow flowers appear in the spring followed by blue edible fruit It is also known by some as “Creeping Oregon Grape”. It is an extremely sought after drought tolerant native, adaptable to most soils in sun and shade. Often seen on dry rocky slopes mixed with Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi, Amelanchier Utahensis and Populus Tremuloides. With its ability to thrive in the hot sun or total shade, it is truly a one of a kind native plant!