Natives of Texas -- Agarita

nativesmenupic.jpg (13890 bytes)

Agarito.jpg (95942 bytes)



Berberidaceae Berberis trifoliolata

Agarita is an evergreen shrub up to seven feet with leaves in groups of three. It has yellow blooms sometime between February and April and red fruit that is ripe in May. The leaves are very sharp and the deer leave this plant alone. It makes a good screening plant. The fruit makes good jelly, put a cloth under the bush and beat it with a stick to get the berries. Grow in sun or part shade and give it good drainage.

Demonstration Garden  |  Download Our Brochure (pdf)  Contact Us  Find Us  |  Email  In Memoriam
Home  |  Catalog  |  Plants for Shade & Part Shade  | Plants for Sun  |  Understory Trees  |  Helpful Links  | E-News
Upon request we can ship plants for those who cannot come to the nursery. For this service we charge a $25 handling fee to take the plants to UPS for boxing and shipping. The cost of shipping is only known after UPS boxes and weighs/measures the box(s). A credit card number is required to chargethe costs to post UPS shipping is known.
©1998-2020 Natives of Texas.  All Rights Reserved