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Ilex X Santa’s Delight

Deep blue-green leaves are bordered by a wide creamy-white border which changes to pink in fall. Bright red berries complement the foliage and persist well into winter. A male English Holly pollenizer will provide best berry set. A proven winter survivor where similar varieties have failed. Evergreen.

Ilex X Scallywag

This robust sport of Little Rascal® holly is a more upright grower, still having a dense, rounded form. Shiny dark green foliage takes on attractive purple-burgundy tone in fall and winter. A wonderful foundation shrub with improved disease resistance. This male holly pollinizer will not produce berries. Evergreen.

Ilex X Little Rascal

This extremely cold hardy, beautiful little holly provides outstanding low growing bright green foliage to gardens with practically no maintenance! The dense, compact form has a rounded shape fitting nicely in today’s landscapes. Deep purple winter color. Use as a pollenizer.

Ilex X Berri-Magic Royalty

A profusion of bright red berries fall through winter is assured because a male pollenizer is planted in the same container. Makes a beautiful specimen or dense hedge; tolerates shearing well. Long lasting fruit is great for holiday decoration.

Ilex X Berri-Magic Kids

A profusion of bright red berries fall through winter is assured because a male pollenizer is planted in the same container as the fruiting female. The x meserveae species are the hardiest of the hollies with glossy, blue green leaves and purple stems. Ideal landscape accent, or plant in groups as a dense hedge or screen. Evergreen.

Ilex X Blue Maid

An exceptionally hardy, vigorous, broadleaf evergreen with snag-free, purplish-green holly foliage that is well suited along walkways or border plantings. A true holly look in a dense, bushy plant with bright red berries and purple stems. Evergreen.

Ilex X Dragon Lady

‘Dragon Lady’ is a hybrid between Ilex aquifolium and Ilex pernyi. The cultivar grows as an upright, symmetrical, very narrow pyramid. Spiny, evergreen, dark green leaves are attractive year round. Scarlet fruits mature in autumn and remain on the plant through winter. As this is a female plant, if fruits are desired a male nearby clone is required. Hardy.

Ilex x Nellie Stevens

One of the most attractive of all hollies! A vigorous grower with dense branches that creates an excellent tall screen. Producer of large bright orange-red berries without a male pollenizer, but plant a male Chinese holly (Ilex cornuta) nearby for increased berry set. Evergreen.

Ilex verticillata Berry Poppins

An excellent, prolific dwarf variety with bright red berries that brighten the winter landscape. Plant a male such as Mr. Poppins™ for berry set. This handsome shrub provides a good winter food source for birds. Ideal for floral arrangements. Deciduous.

Ilex verticillata Berry Nice

A handsome Holly that produces copious amounts of dark red berries when a male is planted nearby. Offering superior fruit set and retention, this native shrub performs in wet areas, with good mildew resistance. Berries add color to the fall and winter landscape and in floral arrangements. Deciduous.

Ilex Meserveae China Girl

This mounding shrub boasts a profusion of bright red berries each fall. Dense branching habit takes shearing well. Excellent heat tolerance. Use China Boy Holly as a pollenizer. The berries are a valuable food source for birds. Evergreen.

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