Holly plants are broadleaf evergreen* plants; many varieties feature red berries. Hollies always look fresh and may be a shiny dark green or green and yellow pattered. Taller varieties may be shaped into small trees to be planted as hedges or specimen plants. Dwarf varieties work well as border plants or lower growing hedges. Hollies are typically either male or female so plant a partner nearby to ensure a good crop of berries.

  • Sun to Part Sun
  • Plant in fertile, moist but well-drained soil
  • Prune in the summer if needed
  • Plant size and berries are species specific

Landscape features include glossy leaves that may or may not have spines and usually, red berries.

*We have located holly plants in the evergreen plant section although there are some varieties that are deciduous.


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