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Hollies (Ilex)

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    • Ilex X meserveae 'China Girl'

      Ilex X meserveae 'China Girl'

      very slow growing maxing out at 8' by 8' in many years. This holly will survive in zone 3. Great screen plant when a lower screen is needed. Small typical holly leaves and many, red berries.

    • Ilex X 'Emily Brunner'

      Ilex X 'Emily Brunner'

      largest leaf holly we grow. A fairly slow grower that is shorter and broader than the Nellie R. Stevens Holly. Medium green in color.

    • Ilex X attenuata 'Fosteri #4"

      Ilex X attenuata 'Fosteri #4"

      male pollinator for all female hollies that flower in early May. This is an excellant plant to insure berries on most female hollies. Leaf is medimum green and slightly twisted.

    • Ilex X attenuata 'Fosteri #2"

      Ilex X attenuata 'Fosteri #2"

      a fast growing, upright holly that can reach 25' in height. Takes prunning well.

    • Ilex crenata 'Glory'

      Ilex crenata 'Glory'

      a great, round growing Japanese holly known to be more cold hardy than most. Should do well in zone 6. Small leaf similiar to a boxwood.

    • Ilex X 'Mary Nell'

      Ilex X 'Mary Nell'

      this holly, like the Oakleaf and Carolina Sentenal, will mature at about 12'. Dark green shiny leaves and compact growth makes this plant a good choice where nellies and fosters are too large.

    • Ilex vert. 'Winter Red'

      Ilex vert. 'Winter Red'

      a deciduous holly that holds its' berries thru February

    • Ilex vert. 'Southern Gentleman'

      Ilex vert. 'Southern Gentleman'

      a male pollinator for the Winterberry Holly 'Winter Red' and 'Winter Gold'. Max size is 6-8'.

    • Ilex crenata 'Petite'

      Ilex crenata 'Petite'

      a pyramidial holly with small, boxwood like leaves. Very tight grower reaching 7' in height by 3' in width. Looks very much like an upright Glory Holly.

    • Ilex X meserveae 'China Boy'

      Ilex X meserveae 'China Boy'

      male pollinator for the China Girl Holly

    • Ilex crenata 'Chandleri'

      Ilex crenata 'Chandleri'

      The Chandleri Holly is a Japanese holly, spherical in shape, naturally tight with elongated leaves that have a slight twist. This leaf twist gives the plant a destinctive look in the landscape. Maximum height is 4.5-5'

    • Ilex crenata 'Jersey Pennacle'

      Ilex crenata 'Jersey Pennacle'

      dark green leaves similar to those of the Compacta holly. Known to be at least 1 zone more cold hardy than most Japanese hollies. Naturally pyramidal. Will grow to 7'

    • Ilex vert. 'Red Sprite'

      Ilex vert. 'Red Sprite'

      a dwarf,deciduous holly with 1/4" red berries through out most of the winter. Maximum height 4'. An "early" flowering female

    • Ilex vert.'Jim Dandy'

      this is an "early this is an "early" male verticillita good for pollinating the red Red Sprite Winterberry holly

    • Ilex opaca 'Carolina #2'

      Ilex opaca 'Carolina #2'

      An American holly selected for it full growth and heavy berry set. Typical of the specie, this holly grows large but very slowly.

    • Ilex crenata 'Stropkey'

      Ilex crenata 'Stropkey'

      This Japanese Holly will mature at 8' tall and 4' wide. Leaves are dark green similiar to the Greenluster Holly.

    • Ilex glabra 'Shamrock'

      Ilex glabra 'Shamrock'

      A dwarf inkberry requiring little prunning. Can be maintained at most any size desired. Plan on a 4-5' plant here. Does not mind wet feet.

    • Ilex cornuta 'Needlepoint'

      Ilex cornuta 'Needlepoint'

      The Needlepoint Holly is a mid sized, dark green holly which grows to 12' in height and 5' wide.

    • Ilex attenuata 'Fosterii #2'-tree form

      Ilex attenuata 'Fosterii #2'-tree form

      This Foster #2 Holly has been grown as a single-trunk-tree. Branches have been cleared up from the ground about 4'-5'. The head of the plant is pruned to a upside down cone shape. Used as small scale evergreen trees and privacy screening.

    • Ilex cornuta 'Fine Line'

      Ilex cornuta 'Fine Line'

      this burford holly is know for the fine, yellow line around the leaf's edge. Takes shearing well. Makes a nice hedge, screen and a great muti-trunk-standard plant

    • Ilex x attenuata 'Nellie R. Stevens'

      the go-to plant for a large, evergreen holly. Though it has been around forever, it is still one of the best. Dark green leaves. Makes a very nice small tree either single trunk or multi-trunk.

    • Ilex verticillata 'Winter Gold'

      Ilex verticillata 'Winter Gold'

      a deciduous holly with gold berries through out the winter. Grows vase shaped to 8'. Needs a late male such as 'Southern Gentleman'