Upmarket hedge (2)

DAY 162 (14 SEPTEMBER) – Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium Pursh) (Farnham, UK)

I returned to my study of the hedge around Waitrose car park today. This is such an striking autumnal sight. The holly-style leaves on the turn against the grape-look-a-like berries.

I read the berries are used to treat stomach ulcers and acid reflux disease. How appropriate next to the supermarket.

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