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<i>Berberis darwinii</i>
<i>Berberis darwinii</i>
<i>Berberis darwinii</i>
<i>Berberis darwinii</i>
<i>Berberis darwinii</i>
<i>Berberis darwinii</i>

Berberis darwinii

Darwin's barberry

Clusters of small, nodding, orange-yellow flowers appear in mid- and late spring, followed by bluish-purple autumn berries. This upright, evergreen shrub...

2 litre pot
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Early bright-orange clusters of flower, with blood-orange markings, set against dark-green tiny leaves on a burglar-proof medium-sized bush Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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