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Grandiflora

(Weeping Yaupon, Yaupon)

This weeping holly is a selection of Yaupon holly, native to the southeastern United States and valued for its dense evergreen foliage and showy abundant winter fruit. A small, upright tree with weeping branches, ‘Pendula’ has small, shiny, oval, weakly-toothed leaves that are bright green to gray-green. Ripening in fall, the clustered, pea-size fruit are scarlet and persist through winter. To bear fruits, ‘Pendula’ needs a male Yaupon holly for pollination. The fruits are preceded by inconspicuous...

(Pride of Houston Yaupon, Yaupon)

This is an exceptional large yaupon for the landscape. The versatile and tough ‘Pride of Houston’ is most valued for its upright habit, neat branching structure and extra showy and abundant scarlet to orange-red winter fruit.

The small, shiny, oval leaves have fine toothed edges and are bright green to gray-green. Ripening in fall, the clusters of persistent pea-size fruit are scarlet. Fruits occur only on female plants, which require a male pollinator. They are preceded by inconspicuous fragrant...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Schillings Dwarf Holly, Schillings Dwarf Yaupon, Yaupon)

This is a dwarf cultivar of the versitile and tough, yaupon holly. It is most valued for its dense evergreen foliage and very symmetrical rounded compact habit. Its small, shiny, oval leaves have fine toothed edges and are bright green to gray-green. In spring it offers inconspicuous fragrant white flowers. This is a male cultivar, so it is not fruit producing.

Perhaps the most adaptable evergreen holly for mild-winter climates, yaupon does well in sun or shade, clay or sand, and acid or...

(Shadow's Female Yaupon Holly, Yaupon)

Valued for its exceptional cold hardiness and abundant fruit, ‘Shadow's Female' is a cultivar of yaupon (Ilex vomitoria), an evergreen holly from the Southeast United States. Forming an upright, rounded, multi-trunked large shrub or small tree, this selection has shiny, rich green leaves with finely toothed edges. The leaves are not as small as those of most other yaupon cultivars. From fall through much of winter, masses of bright red berries crowd the silver-gray branches. A male companion...

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Jesse Saylor

(Stoke's Dwarf Yaupon, Yaupon)

Yaupon is a versatile broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree from the southeastern United States. The cultivar 'Stokes Dwarf' is valued for its dwarf dense mounded habit. A male selection, it bears inconspicuous white spring flowers and no fruit. The small, shiny, oval, weakly toothed leaves are olive green. The smooth, pale gray bark is attractive.

Perhaps the most adaptable evergreen holly for mild-winter climates, yaupon does well in sun or shade, clay or sand, and acid or alkaline soil,...

(Straughn's Yaupon, Yaupon)

Valued for its dwarf habit and showy fruits, ‘Straughn's' is a cultivar of yaupon (Ilex vomitoria), a small evergreen tree from the Southeast United States. Forming a somewhat open, irregularly branched, shoulder-high shrub, this female selection has small, shiny, rich green leaves with finely toothed edges. Older shrubs often become open at the center. From fall through much of winter, bright red transluscent berries adorn the silver-gray branches. A male companion is required for pollination...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Will Fleming Yaupon, Yaupon)

This is a highly linear, columnar form of the versitile and tough, yaupon holly. It is most valued for its fine, dense evergreen foliage and strong upright habit. Its small, shiny, oval leaves have fine toothed edges and are bright green to gray-green. In spring it offers inconspicuous fragrant white flowers. This is a male cultivar, so it is not fruit producing.

Perhaps the most adaptable evergreen holly for mild-winter climates, yaupon does well in sun or shade, clay or sand, and acid or...

(Altaclara Holly)

An evergreen holly with handsome foliage, showy fall fruit, and wide adaptability, this small to medium-sized pyramidal tree is a hybrid of English holly (Ilex aquifolium). Its other parent, Ilex perado, comes from Madeira and the Canary and Azore islands.

The broadly oval, untoothed or sparsely toothed leaves are lustrous rich yellow-green to medium-green. Tiny white flowers occur in early spring at the bases of leaves, with male and female flowers occurring on separate plants....

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Jesse Saylor

(Altaclara Holly, James G. Esson Altaclara Holly)

A hybrid holly with handsome evergreen foliage, showy fall fruit, and wide adaptability, this small pyramidal tree traces its ancestry to English holly (Ilex aquifolium) and Ilex perado. The latter comes from Madeira and the Canary and Azore islands.

The oval, glossy deep green leaves have several spines along their edges. Tiny white female flowers occur in early spring at the bases of leaves. If a male plant is nearby, numerous large berries follow the flowers, flushing bright...

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Mark A. Miller

(Altaclara Holly, Lawsoniana Altaclara Holly)

An evergreen holly with handsome foliage, showy fall fruit, and wide adaptability, this small to medium-sized pyramidal tree is a hybrid of English holly (Ilex aquifolium). Its other parent, Ilex perado, comes from Madeira and the Canary and Azore islands.

The broadly oval, untoothed or sparsely toothed leaves are lustrous rich yellow-green to medium-green. Tiny white flowers occur in early spring at the bases of leaves, with male and female flowers occurring on separate plants....