Oregon grape

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Oregon grape ornamental evergreen shrub of Pacific coast of North America having dark green pinnate leaves and racemes of yellow flowers followed by blue-black berries
    • n Oregon grape small shrub with grey-green leaves and yellow flowers followed by glaucous blue berries
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Oregon grape (Bot) An evergreen species of barberry (Berberis Aquifolium), of Oregon and California; also, its roundish, blue-black berries.
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Usage

In literature:

Among the fruit-bearing shrubs and trees are the service berry, choke cherry, Oregon grape, and elderberry.
"Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado" by Anonymous
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In news:

Oregon wine grape growers' late harvest compounded by infestation of feasting birds.
Long dry spell boosts Oregon grape harvest.
For the people who live in this hub of Oregon's wine country, the sight of full grape clusters being plucked from the vines by the truckload is a seasonal highlight in a year-long parade of events.
Winemakers are in full harvest and production mode in Western Oregon as the current crop of grapes are the best in the past few growing seasons.
Wine grape harvest at Sineann Winery near Newberg Wine grape harvest at Sineann Winery near Newberg, a busy day as Oregon's autumn transitions between dry and wet.
Oregon winemakers dabble in white pinot noir, a true white wine made from the same grapes that constitute the state's iconic red.
Marshmallow root helps lubricate mucous membranes, and Oregon grape root is a natural antimicrobial.
Weather pushes back Oregon wine grape harvest.
How Oregon's Prized Pinot Noir Grapes Will Take The Heat Of Climate Change.
Oregon Wine: Grapes of Place.
Oregon winemakers dabble in white pinot noir , a true white wine made from the same grapes that constitute the state's iconic red.
David Lett, the Oregon pinot noir pioneer, tells me that his forebears planted Corinth grapes there.
Fickle and thin-skinned, they are prone to sunburn, which is why the grapes thrive in cool climates such as Oregon's Willamette Valley.
Crushpad sources grapes from 50 vineyards in California, Oregon, and Washington, and clients can choose their level of involvement in the winemaking process.
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