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Image of Ilex glabra photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Inkberry)

The North American native, inkberry, is a tough shade-tolerant evergreen holly that is well adapted to southern and northern climates. It is naturally distributed along the coastal states and provinces from Texas to Nova Scotia—a testament to its adaptability. It is a large to medium-sized shrub that adopts a rounded upright habit when mature. Several cultivated varieties are dwarf and have a more mounded habit.

The leaves are small, glossy, and dark green. In late spring to summer fragrant inconspicuous...

(Inkberry, Nordic® Inkberry)

A compact, neatly rounded and more spreading habit sets Nordic® apart from other inkberries. It originated from a sport discovered in the yard of James W. Zampini of Perry, Ohio.

The North American native, inkberry, is a tough shade-tolerant evergreen holly that is well adapted to southern and northern climates. It is naturally distributed along the coastal states and provinces from Texas to Nova Scotia—a testament to its adaptability. Nordic® is a small to medium-sized shrub that adopts a...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Compact Inkberry, Inkberry)

A compact rounded habit sets 'Compacta' apart from other inkberries.

The North American native, inkberry, is a tough shade-tolerant evergreen holly that is well adapted to southern and northern climates. It is naturally distributed along the coastal states and provinces from Texas to Nova Scotia—a testament to its adaptability. 'Compacta' is a small to medium-sized shrub that adopts a well-branched rounded habit when mature.

The leaves are small, glossy, and dark green. In late spring...

(Dense Inkberry, Inkberry)

This is a compact selection of inkberry, an overlooked yet uncommonly adaptable evergreen holly native to the eastern United States. The main virtue of 'Densa' is to lend an attractively rounded leafy green presence to the garden in winter. The small white flowers are inconspicuous, as are the sparse black berries.

Plant 'Densa' in full sun to partial shade in almost any spot you like. It will tolerate wet or dry spots and even clay-rich or sandy soils. This might be the ideal shrub for a spot...

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Mark A. Miller

(Inkberry, Shamrock Inkberry)

A neat compact rounded habit, slow-growing nature and lustrous bright green leaves set 'Shamrock' apart from other inkberries.

The North American native, inkberry, is a tough shade-tolerant evergreen holly that is well adapted to southern and northern climates. It is naturally distributed along the coastal states and provinces from Texas to Nova Scotia—a testament to its adaptability. 'Shamrock' is a small shrub that adopts a well-branched rounded habit when mature.

The leaves are particularly...

(Mochi Tree)

Deep green, prickle-free leaves cloak the branches of the mochi tree. This evergreen tree is native to coastal hills in Taiwan, Korea, Japan and eastern China. It slowly grows into an upright, somewhat pyramidal tree with narrow habit. The bark is grayish white.

At first glance, you may not recognize the foliage as being from a holly. Each blade is an elongated oval with smooth edges. In mid- to late spring tiny white flowers appear on mochi tree branches. Male and female flowers occur on separate...

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James Burghardt

(Mochi Tree)

A female selection of mochi tree, 'Ogon' is renowned for its beautiful golden yellow foliage. It's sometimes called Nepal holly. This evergreen tree is native to coastal hills in Taiwan, Korea, Japan and eastern China. It slowly grows into an upright, somewhat pyramidal tree with narrow habit. The bark is grayish white.

At first glance, you may not recognize the foliage as being from a holly. Each blade is an elongated oval with smooth edges. In mid- to late spring tiny white flowers appear on...

Image of Ilex latifolia photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Lusterleaf Holly)

At first glance of the lusterleaf holly's leaves, you might think it was a miniaturized southern magnolia. Large glossy dark green leaves fill this pyramid-shaped broadleaf evergreen shrub from Japan and China. When mature, it may be better described as an upright, dense small tree.

In late spring or early summer, the tiny greenish-yellow blossoms fill the branches: male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Pollinated female shrubs bear deep, dull red berries into the winter. They persist...

Image of Ilex opaca photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(American Holly)

American holly is an elegant evergreen tree that's ideal for home landscapes. Its dense branching, pyramidal habit and smooth gray bark are only a few of the appealing attributes of this broadleaf evergreen. Wild specimens grow in forests across the eastern half of the United States, from Maine to Texas, and are particularly common from the Appalachian Piedmont to the Atlantic coastal plain.

The spiny, oval leaves of American holly are stiff and dull, dark green. Cultivars tend to have slightly...

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Mark A. Miller

(Albert Pride American Holly, American Holly, Male American Holly)

The vigorous American holly, 'Albert Pride', grows vigorously to form a dense, upright pyramidal habit. The species is a broadleaf evergreen tree native to the central and southeastern portions of the United States. As with most hollies, it is dioecious, meaning male and female flowers are borne on separate plants. A male selection, 'Albert Pride' does not produce fruits but bears tiny white flowers in spring that bees visit. This cultivar supplies the pollen needed for any nearby female American...