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Algerita Berry

Algerita Berry, also called Currant-of-Texas, Wild Currant, Chaparral Berry, Agarita, Agrito and Mahonia trifoliolata.

Interesting evergreen plant, requires full sun and water requirements are low, once established.

It gets about 4 to 6 feet high and wide, with very sharp pointed leaves.

Gold colored flowers are produced in mid-spring, followed by small edible red berries. Tasty jellies and jams can be made from the berries!

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Algerita Berry
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