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  • Seed starting supplies
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  • Watering cans
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  • Tie wire
  • And much more

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.

Ilex Opaca Satyr Hill

Broad, toothed foliage that is sprinkled with red berries in winter are highlights of the Satyr Hill American holly. This cultivar originated as a volunteer seedling selected by Stewart McLean in Towson, Maryland. This impressive tree develops a dense, upright pyramidal habit and boasts deep olive-green foliage with a faint satin gloss.

Ilex Meserveae Castle Spire

Excellent selection with bright red berries, dark glossy foliage, vigorous growth and branching habit on a compact, narrow, pyramidal form. Thrives in damp soil; native to swampy and boggy areas. Great for borders, screens, hedges, foundation plantings. Plant with Ilex Castle Wall™ for good berry production.

Ilex glabra – Inkberry Shamrock

Ilex glabra, commonly called inkberry or gallberry, is a slow-growing, upright-rounded, stoloniferous, broadleaf evergreen shrub in the holly family. It typically matures to 5-8’ tall, and can spread by root suckers to form colonies. ‘Shamrock’ is a compact rounded cultivar that grows 3-4′ tall and suckers less than the species.

Ilex crenata – Japanese Holly Hetzi

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The female cultivar ‘Hetzii’ grows relatively rapidly into a broad rounded medium-sized shrub. The shiny dark green leaves – resembling those of boxwood – are not as small as those of most other Japanese hollies. Neither the white spring flowers nor the black berries that follow are ornamentally significant.