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This past weekend I visited Eureka Springs, AR.  What a wonderful place, I
must say.  On the way there, and once in town, I spotted the most awesome
plant which I believe to be Mahonia aquifolium 'Atropupurea'.  I must have
one.  The leaves are the blackest purple I have ever seen, and this time of
the year it's covered with clusters of tiny yellow flowers.  It is just
gorgeous.  I cannot fine a source, and I have looked.  I just love Mahonias
anyway, and I want one of this cultivar.  HELP!!!
zone  7
West TN

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