This is the state flower for Oregon. It is beautiful to behold during the springtime and it often glows in shady corners of gardens and in our woods and forests. Later, the blooms ripen into cluster of glaucous blue berries and if the birds don't collect them, you can enjoy their color in your garden too.
Its foliage is lovely too and during the winter the tips of its holly-like leaves redden along its edges. This is a North American native plant native from British Columbia to California. (It's considered an invasive exotic plant in some places so be sure to check your area's listings.)
Germination instructions will be included with your seeds. (20 seeds)
Basic Plant Facts:
Grows 6-8' x 4-6'
Likes sun to part shade
USDA zones: 5a-9b
Blooms pendulant yellow flowers in the springtime
You might also like
More from this seller
Shipping & policies
Shipment is via USPS—first class mail, priority mail and—in the case of larger bulkier items—parcel post. Any rush shipping will require additional payment.
Items are shipped to the address listed on PAYPAL, so please be sure your address listed on Etsy and PAYPAL are current.
Milton's accepts PAYPAL, and if you don't have an account with them, you can use your credit card to pay through them.
Personal checks are accepted, and as soon as one has been received and it has cleared, items will be shipped. (Money orders are accepted as well.)
If you select PAYPAL and payment is not received within 48 hrs of purchase, the sale will be canceled unless you email otherwise.
Gift certificates can also be used.
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
All growing recommendations made for seed germination are compiled from recognized botanical and horticultural sources. Please note these directions before growing, and follow them carefully. Should a germination problem arise, please notify us within one year of purchase. Refunds and exchanges will be granted if a germination problem has been brought to our attention by customers, and if we have noticed it ourselves here in the garden since we grow the same seeds ourselves.