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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Burford Chinese Holly, Burford Holly, Chinese Holly)

Chinese holly is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub to small tree native to China and Korea. The cultivar 'Burfordii' has a neat round shape, glossy dark green leaves with terminal spines, and abundant red berries. It maintains a full, neat habit with little to no pruning. Insignificant, but sweetly scented flowers appear in spring. Like most hollies these are dioecious, which means male and female flowers are produced on separate plants. So, both male and female plants are required for pollination...

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James H. Schutte

(Carissa Chinese Holly, Carissa Holly, Chinese Holly)

This large, broadleaf, evergreen shrub, a selection of Chinese holly (native to Korea and China), has squarish, dark green, glossy leaves, typically with conspicuous spines at the tips of their five lobes. Female plants have clusters of large red berries in fall. The flowers, which open in spring, are inconspicuous.

Chinese holly accepts most soils, tolerates drought, and grows well in full sun or light shade. One of the best hollies for warm climates, it can be used as a specimen plant, in...

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James Burghardt

(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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John Rickard

(Chinese Holly, Dazzler Chinese Holly, Dazzler Holly)

‘Dazzler’ is a rounded, compact form of Chinese holly, a large, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to China and Korea. It glossy, five-lobed, dark green foliage features conspicuous spines, and contrasts beautifully with the abundant fall crop of large, long-lasting red berries. Small, white flowers precede the fruit in early spring, and are pollinated by bees. Unlike most hollies, this female selection does not require a male pollinator planted nearby in order to produce fruit.

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Holly, Dwarf Burford Chinese Holly)

Chinese holly is a large broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree native to eastern Asia. The female cultivar 'Dwarf Burford' grows slowly into a dense, mounded, eye-high shrub. It maintains a full, neat habit with little to no pruning. Insignificant spring flowers are followed by quantities of showy dark red berries, provided a male cultivar is nearby. The fruits persist from fall through winter and provide food for the birds.

Chinese holly tolerates full sun to partial shade, but produces more...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Holly, Needlepoint Chinese Holly)

Named for its single-spined leaves, ‘Needlepoint’ is a cultivar of Chinese holly, a large broadleaf evergreen shrub native to China and Korea. The oblong, dark green, shiny, slightly twisted leaves are oval and unlobed, unlike the five-lobed, five-spined leaves typical of Chinese holly. This female cultivar has large red berries in fall. The early spring flowers have little ornamental value.

Chinese holly accepts most soils, tolerates drought, and grows well in full sun or light shade. One of...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chinese Holly, Rotunda Chinese Holly, Rotunda Holly)

‘Rotunda’ is a dwarf form of Chinese holly, a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to China and Korea. This diminutive cultivar forms a rounded dome of glossy, dark green leaves with smooth, rounded edges unlike the spiny foliage of the species. 'Rotunda' does not bear showy fruit, but its compact size and year-round good looks make it valuable for a variety of landscape applications.

Chinese holly prefers full sun to part shade and moist, fertile well-drained soil. It is, however, tolerant...

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James Burghardt

(Chinese Holly, O. Spring Chinese Holly, O. Spring Holly)

This distinctive holly is valued for its variegated foliage, which is beautifully dappled in shades of yellow, ivory and green. It is a form of Chinese holly, a large, evergreen species native to China and Korea. Its glossy, spined leaves are borne densely on upright, irregularly pyramidal plants, and hold their color best when provided with afternoon shade.

Chinese holly prefers full sun to part shade and moist, fertile well-drained soil. It is, however, tolerant of a range of soil conditions...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The small, shiny, dark-green leaves resemble those of boxwood. Neither the white spring flowers nor the black berries that follow (on female plants) are ornamentally significant. Many cultivars are available, selected for habit, leaf color, hardiness, and other characteristics.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic...

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Jesse Saylor

(Beehive Japanese Holly, Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Beehive' was selected for its dwarf rounded habit. The small shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant. This male cultivar does not fruit.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil in full sun to light shade, and benefits from an organic mulch such as pine needles or shredded bark. In hot, dry,...