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.
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.
Nelly Stevens is a very attractive, pyramidal evergreen shrub or small tree with dark green, spiny margined leaves. This larger growing popular selection produces large, red berries in fall and winter. Nelly is a great choice for a large hedge, windbreak or specimen plant. Mature plants can be pruned to tree forms.
A beautiful evergreen holly often grown as a large shrub or small tree with a narrow, pyramidal to columnar form. It has shiny green leaves with soft spines. Bright red berries persist into winter. Choice specimen plant when planted alone or can be an effective screen when planted in multiples.
This Texas native small tree is most noted for the abundant red berries in fall through winter. The dark green foliage and smooth grey bark are added attractions. The tidy upright tree is perfect for small garden spaces. The variety will respond very well to heavy sheering and pruning making this another great selection for larger topiary. Plant as…