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Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium) leaves covered with frost, close-up : Stock Photo
Other common name: Oregon holly. Hood River, Oregon, USA. State flower of Oregon. This plant has holly shaped leaves, and grape-coloured fruit. Its grows wild in open woodland but is also grown as an ornamental.

Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium) leaves covered with frost, close-up

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Other common name: Oregon holly. Hood River, Oregon, USA. State flower of Oregon. This plant has holly shaped leaves, and grape-coloured fruit. Its grows wild in open woodland but is also grown as an ornamental.
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Oregon Grape Leaves Covered With Frost Closeup Stock Photo AM3982-001Bush,Close-up,Color Image,Day,Frost,Frozen,Full Frame,Leaf,No People,Oregon,Outdoors,Photography,Vertical,WinterPhotographer Collection: The Image Bank Other common name: Oregon holly. Hood River, Oregon, USA. State flower of Oregon. This plant has holly shaped leaves, and grape-coloured fruit. Its grows wild in open woodland but is also grown as an ornamental.