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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Dwarf Pagoda' is grown for its picturesque, very dwarf congested habit. The dense and stacked, tiny lustrous dark green leaves are round like pearls. The small white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant. 'Dwarf Pagoda' is the result of breeding efforts by Dr. Elwin Orton at Rutgers University.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light...

(Japanese Holly, Sky Pointer™ Japanese Holly)

Valued for its dense compact habit and handsome boxwood-like foliage, Japanese holly is a slow-growing broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Sky Pointer' was selected for its narrow form, which is more pyramidal than that of its parent 'Sky Pencil'. The small oval leaves are glossy dark-green. This new cultivar has not flowered in cultivation, so its sex and mature dimensions are unknown.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full...

(Glory Holly, Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The male cultivar 'Glory' is valued for its compact rounded habit and exceptional cold-hardiness. The small shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The tiny white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic mulch such as pine needles or shredded bark. In hot, dry,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Green Island Japanese Holly, Japanese Holly)

Valued for its dense compact habit and handsome boxwood-like foliage, Japanese holly is a slow-growing broadleaf evergreen shrub native to Northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Green Island' has a broad, mounded, slightly open habit. The small oval leaves are glossy dark-green. A male plant, it bears small ornamentally insignificant flowers in spring, and produces no fruits. This 1949 introduction eventually forms a chest- to shoulder-high shrub about twice as broad as tall.

Japanese holly grows best...

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James Burghardt

(Green Lustre Holly, Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Green Lustre' is a female selection valued for its low mounded habit. The small shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. Neither the white spring flowers nor the black berries that follow are ornamentally significant.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic mulch such as pine needles or shredded...

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Hahira Nursery

(Heller's Japanese Holly, Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Helleri' is a female selection valued for its dwarf habit and diminutive, shiny, dark green, boxwood-like leaves. It grows slowly into a low dense flattened mound. Neither the white spring flowers nor the black berries that follow are ornamentally significant.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soils in full sun, but tolerates partial shade. The tight, condensed form of this cultivar...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Hetzii Holly, Japanese Holly)

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.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade,...

(Highlander Holly, Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. One of the tallest selections of Japanese holly, the male cultivar 'Highlander' is valued for its loosely pyramidal habit and exceptional cold-hardiness. The small shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The tiny white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic...

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James Burghardt

(Hoogendorn Holly, Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The male cultivar 'Hoogendorn' is valued for its dwarf mounded habit and exceptional cold-hardiness. The small shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The tiny white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic mulch such as pine needles or shredded bark. In hot,...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Holly, Jersey Pinnacle Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. A seedling of 'Green Lustre,' the male cultivar 'Jersey Pinnacle' is valued for its compact pyramidal habit. The small shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The tiny white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic mulch such as pine needles or shredded bark....