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Southern Living®

(Hybrid Holly, Robin™ Holly)

This evergreen holly has a dense, pyramidal shape, beautiful glossy leaves and orange-red berries. Its lustrous dark green leaves are medium-sized and have five to seven pairs of stiff spines. The young stems are purple and turn yellow-green by fall. It was selected as a seedling of the popular holly, ‘Mary Nell.'

Normally hollies are either male or female, but ‘Conin’ has flowers of both genders and is self-fertile. It is most beautiful in fall and winter when its bright berries are borne in...

(Festive™ Holly, Hybrid Holly)

The evergreen Festive™ holly (‘Conive’) is a fantastic pyramidal tree with a dense form, glossy stiff spined foliage and orange-red berries. Its young stems are yellow green and turn gray in the second growing season. The coarse spiny leaves undulate and have five to seven pairs of spines. This cultivar was selected as a seedling from a hybrid cross between ‘Mary Nell’ and ‘Red Delight.’

Normally hollies are either male or female, but Festive™ has both and is self-fertile. Its white spring...

(Hybrid Holly, Patriot™ Holly)

Plentiful red berries and a dense pyramidal form make the evergreen Patriot™ (‘Conot’) a particularly lovely holly. Its glossy medium-sized leaves are oval, coarsely spined and dark green. When they first emerge in spring they are matte and purple-gray. Its new stems are also purplish and turn yellow-green by late summer. It was selected as a seedling from a hybrid cross between ‘Mary Nell’ and ‘Nellie R Stevens.’

Normally hollies have either male or female flowers, but Patriot™ has both....

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Holly, Liberty™ Holly)

The evergreen holly Liberty™ (‘Conty’) is a care-free large shrub to small tree with a dense, pyramidal habit. Its lustrous foliage is very spiny, with 15 to 20 pairs of spines per leaf, and in fall and winter it offers loads of orange-red berries. This hybrid was selected from a cross between ‘Mary Nell’ and ‘Red Delight.’

Normally hollies are either male or female, but Liberty has flowers with both genders present, though it is only marginally self-fertile. Like most hollies, it will fruit...

(Doctor Kassab Holly, Hybrid Holly)

This hybrid holly has a bushy pyramidal shape and classic spined, glossy, dark green holly foliage. Each curved leaf has two to four pairs of spines and the winter berries are bright red. ‘Doctor Kassab’ is the product of a cross between Ilex cornuta and I. pernyi.

Hollies are dioecious, which means plants have either male or female flowers. Most berry producers, like 'Doctor Kassab', are entirely female and need male plants nearby for pollination and subsequent...

(Dragon Lady Holly, Hybrid Holly)

This hybrid holly has a tall, columnar habit and classic spined, glossy, dark green holly foliage. Each curved leaf has two to three pairs of spines and its winter berries are bright red. ‘Dragon Lady’ is the product of a cross between Ilex aquifolium and I. pernyi.

Hollies are dioecious, which means plants have either male or female flowers. All berry producers like ‘Dragon Lady’ are female and need male plants nearby for pollination and subsequent fruit set. Any male English...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Emily Bruner Holly, Hybrid Holly)

This hybrid holly has a bushy, pyramidal shape, classic glossy, dark green holly foliage and bright red berries. Its medium-sized green leaves have many small but prominent spines that are sharp to the touch. ‘Emily Bruner’ is a vigorous grower that resulted from a cross between Burford holly (Ilex cornuta 'Burfordii') and I. latifolia.

Hollies are dioecious, which means plants have either male or female flowers. Most berry producers, like ‘Emily Bruner’, are only female...

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Mark A. Miller

(Harvest Red Holly, Hybrid Holly)

The profuse, bright red berries of this large deciduous holly are a highlight of the winter garden, standing out brilliantly against the snow. A hybrid of winterberry (Ilex verticillata) and finetooth holly ( I. serrata), 'Harvest Red' bears numerous small white female flowers in late spring on dark-barked branches clad in oval, shallowly toothed, medium-green leaves. The flowers are pollinated by bees that have just visited a male deciduous holly such as 'Apollo', 'Jim...

(Hefcup Holly, Hybrid Holly)

The exceptionally colorful ‘Hefcup’ has glossy golden yellow and green variegated foliage that has a peach blush when it first emerges. The leaves are further enhanced in fall and winter by its rich red berries. Its was discovered as a sport of the hybrid ‘Nellie R Stevens’.

The glossy medium-sized leaves have three or five spines that curve downward. In full sun the foliage is almost entirely golden yellow and in part it has occasional markings of green or just yellow edges. Hollies are dioecious,...

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Southern Living®

(Hybrid Holly, Oakland™ Holly)

This self-fertile holly has lance-shaped, spiny, evergreen leaves and offers copious orange-red berries in fall and winter. It was discovered as a sport of the hybrid holly, Oakleaf™ (‘Conaf’). Normally hollies are either male or female, but Oakland™ has flowers with both genders present and is self-fertile. In fall and winter beautiful berries cover the shrub and attract winter birds.

This holly accepts most well-drained soils but prefers slightly acid loam. It grows well in full or partial...