Oregon Grape
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Oregon Grape

Oregon grape is a shade-tolerant berry bush that flourishes in Pacific Northwest forests. It’s berries are a favorite snack for many birds and mammals. Pollinators like butterflies and mason bees drink the nectar of its flower. And small mammals sometimes hide among its leaves. Native Americans historically used it to cure many ailments like arthritis and itchy eyes. Its yellow roots continue to be used today as a natural dye.

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