Darwin's barberry is another name for Berberis darwinii. Darwin's is native to Chile and Argentina and was actually discovered by Charles Darwin in 1835. The Bright green glossy foliage is attached to red viney stems, a great predator deterrent as it has a spiky texture to it. Bunches of bright orange-yellow nodding flowers cover the bush, In Autumn these transform into blue-purple berries making it very attractive. Don't be fooled by this inviting look as if ingested thy may cause a mild stomach upset.
Berberis Darwinii in a nutshell
Common Name: Darwin's barberry
Position: Partial Sun/Shade
Soil Type: Well drained, Sand, Clay, Chalk, Loam
Rate of Growth: Average - Fast growing
Flowering Period: Early Spring
Hardiness: Fully hardy in the UK
Eventual Height: 300cm
Eventual Spread: 300cm
Pot size: 5 litre
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