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James H. Schutte

(Blue Holly, Golden Girl® Holly)

A gold-fruited selection of the hardy English holly hybrid Ilex × meserveae, Golden Girl@ is a medium-sized spreading broadleaf evergreen shrub. The glossy spiny blue-green leaves and purple-green stems are attractive year-round. Inconspicuous white flowers in spring give rise to small round berries that ripen golden-yellow in fall and persist through much of winter. They are often consumed in late winter by hungry birds. A related male holly such as 'Blue Prince' is required for...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Blue Holly, Blue Maid® Holly)

A densely growing, heavily fruiting, and especially cold-hardy selection of the English holly hybrid Ilex × meserveae, Blue Maid@ is a medium-sized rounded broadleaf evergreen shrub that is prized and much used for its glossy spiny blue-green leaves and bright red fruits. The purplish green stems are also attractive. Inconspicuous white flowers in spring give rise to small round berries that ripen red in fall and persist through much of winter. They are often consumed in late winter...

Image of Ilex yunnanensis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Yunnan Holly)

Giving the impression of a red-berried Japanese holly (Ilex crenata), this medium-sized evergreen shrub comes from highlands and valleys of south-central China and northern Myanmar (Burma). Its dense, mounded, downy branches are furnished with small, glossy, dark green leaves with shallowly toothed, sometimes spiny margins. New leaves may be bronze-red. Small white flowers appear in spring or early summer, with male and female flowers occurring on separate plants. If a male plant is nearby,...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Florida Sunshine Anisetree, Hybrid Anisetree)

Brightening woodlands with its chartreuse foliage on salmon-red twigs, Florida Sunshine anisetree also bears white flowers in late spring. A hybrid seedling collected by Tony Avent, this broadleaf evergreen shrub is often confusingly listed as a cultivar of either Illicium parviflorum or Illicium floridanum, both native of Florida and the American Southeast. It attains an upright, rounded shape with open branches, especially in very shady situations.

The leathery leaves are...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Hybrid Anisetree, Pink Anisetree, Woodland Ruby Anisetree)

With larger sized flowers that are a reddish pink, Woodland Ruby anisetree is among the showiest anisetree selections for the shade garden. A hybrid broadleaf evergreen shrub that was developed by Woodlander's Nursery of South Carolina, its parentage includes Illicium mexicanum and Illicium floridanum forma album. It attains an upright, rounded shape with open branches, especially in very shady situations.

The leathery leaves are glossy and elongated ovals, being medium...

Image of Illicium floridanum photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Florida Anise, Florida Anisetree, Purple Anise)

Florida or purple anise is best known for its unusual summer flowers and fragrant, evergreen leaves. This shrub or small tree is native to moist, wooded areas across the southeastern United States, from Florida to Louisiana. Mature specimens have upright branches and develop an open habit.

Its large, leathery leaves are elliptical to lance-shaped and have a delightful anise fragrance when crushed. The nodding flowers are usually hidden in foliage. Each interesting bloom has many narrow red or...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Florida Anise, Florida Anisetree, Halley's Comet Anisetree)

Florida or purple anise is best known for its unusual summer flowers and fragrant, evergreen leaves. ‘Halley’s Comet’ is an excellent landscape selection grown for its compact habit and extra large, long-blooming, deep red blooms. This shrub or small tree is native to moist, wooded areas across the southeastern United States, from Florida to Louisiana. Mature specimens have upright branches and develop an open habit.

Its large, leathery leaves are elliptical to lance-shaped and have a delightful...

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James Burghardt

(Florida Anise, Florida Anisetree, Southern Star Anisetree)

Florida or purple anise is best known for its unusual summer flowers and fragrant, evergreen leaves. ‘Southern Star’ is a variegated selection grown for its mottled ivory and green leaves. This shrub or small tree is native to moist, wooded areas across the southeastern United States, from Florida to Louisiana. Mature specimens have upright branches and develop an open habit.

Its large, leathery leaves are elliptical to lance-shaped and have a delightful anise fragrance when crushed. The nodding...

Image of Illicium floridanum f. album photo by: JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(White Florida Anise, White Florida Anisetree)

Florida anise is best known for its unusual summer flowers and fragrant, evergreen leaves. The naturally occurring forma alba has creamy white flowers rather than red. This shrub or small tree is native to moist, wooded areas across the southeastern United States, from Florida to Louisiana. Mature specimens have upright branches and develop an open habit.

Its large, leathery leaves are elliptical to lance-shaped and have a delightful anise fragrance when crushed. The nodding flowers...

Image of Illicium henryi photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Chinese Anise, Henry's Anisetree)

Considered the showiest of all the Illicium species, Henry's anisetree produces lots of waxy, coral-pink flowers in late spring. Though its common name suggests it’s a tree, it is better classified as a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub. Mature specimens develop a rounded, almost pyramid habit that looks good in landscapes all year long. Like most Illicium, this Chinese native naturally resides in moist woodlands.

The smooth, elliptical leaves of this shrub are dark green, leathery...