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Igiri Tree


Colorful red berries in fall and winter. Need male and female plants for berry produ…
Igiri Tree

Nellie Stevens Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs ample water.
Nellie Stevens Holly

San Jose Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs ample water. Heavy producer of berries.

Wilson Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Wilson Holly is quite useful as an attractive evergreen standard, which is very relia…
Wilson Holly

English Holly


Resistant to oak root fungus. Smog tolerant.
English Holly

Boulder Creek English Holly


Resistant to oak root fungus. Surest way to get berries is to have plants of both se…

Sparkler English Holly


Resistant to oak root fungus. Bears berries at an early age.

Van Tol English Holly


Resistant to oak root fungus.

East Palatka Holly


Branches droop but resist breakage. Trainable as a Standard.
East Palatka Holly

Foster Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Trainable as a standard. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.
Foster Holly

Savannah Holly


Trainable as a standard. Branches don't droop and resist breakage.

Dahoon Holly


Trainable as a standard. Branches droop but resist breakage.

Angustifolia Dahoon Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.

Chinese Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs long, warm growing season to develop fruit. Some dwarf varieties require polli…
Chinese Holly

Burford Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage. Trainable as Standard.
Burford Holly

Possumhaw


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree.

Branches droop but resist breakage. Unlike most hollies, this one looses its leave…

Possumhaw

Luster-Leaf Holly


One of the largest growing hollies, leaves are 6-8 inches long.
Luster-Leaf Holly

American Holly


Resistant to oak root fungus. Wood used for furniture.
American Holly

Calloway American Holly


Branches droop but resist breakage.

Slim Jim American Holly


Trainable as a standard. Branches droop but resist breakage.

Stewart's Silver Crown American Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Trainable as a standard. Branches droop but resist breakage.

Yellow Jacket American Holly


Trainable as a standard. Branches droop but resist breakage.

Perny Holly


A small holly tree identified by sessile leaves with a squared leaf base.
Perny Holly

Winterberry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.
Winterberry

Chrysocarpa Winterberry


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Branches droop but resist breakage.
Chrysocarpa Winterberry

Yaupon


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. No pollinator needed to produce berries.
Yaupon

Weeping Yaupon Holly


Branches droop but resist breakage.
Weeping Yaupon Holly

Pride Of Houston Yaupon Holly


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. No pollinator needed to produce berries.

Hollyleaf Sweetspire


utility friendly tree icon Utility friendly tree. Needs ample moisture. Attractive graceful plant for shady areas. Winter chilling pr…

 

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