Berberis darwinii can be lightly pruned after flowering in spring to remove dead flowers.  Info for hard pruning also.

Berberis darwinii can be lightly pruned after flowering in spring to remove dead flowers. Info for hard pruning also.

Berberis darwinii - Clusters of small, nodding, orange-yellow flowers appear in mid- and late spring, followed by bluish-purple autumn berries. This upright, evergreen shrub has small, spiny, dark green, holly-like leaves and is useful to fill a difficult spot in the garden, provided it has space to spread out. It also makes a good informal, flowering hedge. Vigorous and easy-to-grow, it often produces a second flush of flowers in autumn.

Masses of Dainty Bright Orange Flowers in May to June. Prickly Dark Green Holly-Like Leaves. A Chilean Shrub Found by Charles Darwin. Produces Bluish-Purple Berries in Autumn Loved by Birds. Vigorous and Easy to Grow Shrub to

Late Winter: berberis darwinii | Berberis darwinii - Evergreen

Deep yellow flowers in the Spring. This compact version grows to less than three feet. It is prickly so it's best-used away from paths and play areas.

Berberis darwinii 'Compacta'

Berberis darwinii 'Compacta'

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Berberis darwinii - Barberry

Berberis darwinii - Barberry

Darwin's Barberry (Berberis darwinii) | by Michael Graupe

Species from Chile and Argentina. Now blooming in our front yard.

Berberis darwinii. Credit: RHS

Shrubs provide structure and a source of nectar.

Berberis darwinii #2

Chile, Jim O'rourke, Flora, Southern

Berberis darwinii Plant - Nana

Berberis darwinii Plant - Nana

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