A popular choice, this outstanding hybrid variety is covered in light pink flowers that fade to snow white. Disease resistant dark green and leathery, densely packed foliage makes an attractive garden shrub. This is a low maintenance selection perfect for residential and commercial landscapes. Plant in large groupings or use liberally as an accent plant…
This low growing holly features large red berries that hold on the shrub from late fall through next spring. The berries contrast very nicely against the glossy dark green holly leaves. Its slow and compact growth make it a valued and versatile shrub for landscape applications. Consider using as an informal low hedge or adding to foundation plantings.
This vigorous and upright grower is perhaps the most popular of the hollies. Prolific bearer of large, bright red berries that contrast wonderfully against the shiny holly foliage. Excellent evergreen for use as a hedge or specimen, ideally suited as a foundation plant. Will grow in full to partial sun.
Attractive evergreen holly that is usually grown as a large shrub or small tree and has a pyramidal growth habit. The leaves are shiny green with soft spines. Bright red berries persist into winter. It can be used as a solitary specimen or grouped for screening or windbreaks.
A superb evergreen often grown as a small tree or pruned as a hedge. Deep green and very shiny foliage. The lustrous leaves maintain their attractiveness year-round. This holly also has a natural, pyramidal form, handsome enough to be a specimen tree. Numerous bright red berries persist through winter and are attractive to wildlife.
Similar in shape to Dwarf Burford Holly, Needlepoint Holly is a more upright grower. It has glossy green leaves that have a singular point on the tips. It produces masses of bright red berries that persist into fall and winter. Performs well as a screen, border, accent or foundation plant. Heat and drought tolerant when established.