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Mark A. Miller

(Bacciflava English Holly, English Holly, Yellow English Holly)

The rather tall and narrow-growing ‘Bacciflava’ is a female, yellow-fruited variety of English holly dating to around 1700 in Great Britain. This is the classic holly species that you see decorating English winter landscapes and decorative holiday displays. The glossy, dark green leaves of English holly trees have profoundly long, sharp undulating spines. They are pretty all year around but are most alluring in fall and winter when their cheerful berries appear. The tall trees are pyramidal broadleaf...

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Mark A. Miller

(English Holly, Ferox Argentea English Holly, Hedgehog Holly)

An over-abundance of spines all across the ivory to pale yellow-edged dark green leaves set the male selection 'Ferox Argentea' apart from other English hollies. The evergreen foliage gives this holly year-round interest. Also called the silver hedgehog holly, it eventually forms an upright and plump, irregularly oval shrub. English holly naturally occurs over much of southern and western Europe, western Asia and northern Africa.

Dramatically edged with light yellow variegation, the oval, leathery,...

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Mark A. Miller

(English Holly, Flavescens English Holly, Moonlight Holly)

The youngest foliage on the moonlight holly is a soft, glossy yellow. Known botanically as cultivar 'Flavescens', it's a female, red-fruited variety of English holly. This is the classic holly species that you see decorating English winter landscapes and decorative holiday displays. The glossy, dark green leaves of English holly trees have profoundly long, sharp undulating spines. They are pretty year round but are most alluring in fall and winter when their cheerful berries appear. The tall trees...

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Mark A. Miller

(English Holly, Golden Queen English Holly)

Yellow-edged dark green leaves set the male selection 'Golden Queen' apart from other English hollies. The evergreen foliage gives this holly year-round interest. Eventually forming a plump pyramidal shrub, Golden Queen English holly is a cultivar of the classic species that you see decorating English winter landscapes and festive holiday displays. English holly also occurs over much of southern and western Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa.

Dramatically edged with light yellow variegation,...

(English Holly, San Gabriel English Holly)

The tall and vigorous ‘San Gabriel’ holly is a self-fertile female variety that produces sterile red fruits in the absence of a male tree.

This is the classic holly that you see decorating English winter landscapes and decorative holiday displays. The glossy, dark green leaves of English holly trees have profoundly long, sharp undulating spines. They are pretty all year around but are most alluring in fall and winter when their cheerful red berries appear. The tall trees are pyramidal broadleaf...

(English Holly, Silver Queen English Holly)

The variegated foliage of ‘Silver Queen’ is magnificent. The spiny glossy leaves are dark green marked with ivory. They are especially pretty in spring because the new leaves have a pink blush when they first emerge.

This is the classic holly that you see decorating English winter landscapes and decorative holiday displays. The glossy, dark green leaves of English holly trees have profoundly long, sharp undulating spines. They are pretty all year around but are most alluring in fall and winter...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(English Holly, Variegated English Holly)

Striking evergreen foliage and showy fruits give this holly year-round interest. Eventually forming a large pyramidal shrub, it is a cultivar of the classic holly that you see decorating English winter landscapes and festive holiday displays. English holly also occurs over much of southern and western Europe, western Asia, and northern Africa.

Dramatically edged with creamy-white variegation, the oval, leathery, glossy dark green leaves have prominent spines along their margins. Small white...

(Dahoon Holly)

The elongated bright green leaves of dahoon holly are enhanced by its red berries that line the branches in fall and winter. Native to the coastal plain of the southeastern United States, it is a large, upright, evergreen shrub or small tree with open branching. It is tough, easy to grow and often overlooked in the ornamental landscape trade.

Its glossy leaves are light to medium green, but the new leaves that emerge in spring are very bright. Like most hollies is it dioecious, which means...

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Felder Rushing

(Chinese Holly)

Chinese holly is a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to China and Korea. The squarish, dark green, shiny leaves typically bear conspicuous spines at the tips of their five lobes, although some cultivars have fewer or no spines. Female plants have long-lasting large red berries in fall. The flowers appear in early spring and have little ornamental value.

Chinese holly accepts most soils, tolerates drought, and grows well in full sun or light shade. One of the best hollies for warm climates,...

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James H. Schutte

(Anicet Delcambre Holly, Chinese Holly, Willowleaf Holly)

Chinese holly is a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to China and Korea. The squarish, dark green, shiny leaves typically bear conspicuous spines at the tips of their five lobes, although some cultivars have fewer or no spines. Female plants have long-lasting large red berries in fall. The flowers appear in early spring and have little ornamental value.

Chinese holly accepts most soils, tolerates drought, and grows well in full sun or light shade. One of the best hollies for warm climates,...