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Wordless Wednesday – Plant for Wildlife – Mahonia Aquifolium

By Gardeningjules @Gardeningjules
Mahonia aquifolium

Mahonia aquifolium

Nectar and Pollen maybe taken by Blackcaps, Bluetits and House Sparrow. Berries eaten by Blackbirds and Mistle Thrushes. Early flowering nectar source for Bees and Bumblebees. Bright Line Brown Eye, Cabbage and Peppered Moth Caterpillar Food Plant. Non-native introduced to UK in 1823.

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