Oregon State Flower



Oregon State Flower

Declared by the legislature in 1899, is known as the Oregon grape; the botanical name is Berberis aquifolium. The Oregon grape is commonly knows as Mahonia. This flower "is found mainly in the Pacific Northwest, where it thrives in mountainous regions and alongside rivers and streams… The flower is also found along the Columbia River, which flows through Portland." is stated in proflowers.com/flowerguide/oregon/.

The Oregon grape plant blooms in early summer and its flowers are of yellow color. During fall the dark blue Berry fruit ripens and has a bitter taste. This fruit is used in cooking but mostly to make jelly locally. It is also used as medicine by herbalists because the root has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.






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