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Image of Ilex opaca

Jesse Saylor

(American Holly, Canary American Holly)

Offering yellow fruits rather than the customary red, this is one of the more valuable and popular cultvars of American holly (Ilex opaca), a small to medium-sized evergreen tree from the central and eastern United States. One of several named yellow-fruited selections, it was introduced in about 1939 by Dilatush Nursery of Robbinsville, New Jersey.

The attractive, spiny, evergreen leaves of 'Canary' are soft and shiny bright green when new, becoming more leathery and less lustrous in...

(American Holly, Greenleaf American Holly)

Greenleaf American holly grows vigorously to form a dense pyramid of semi-glossy, dark green foliage studded with bright red berries in fall and winter. The species is a broadleaf evergreen tree native to the central and southeastern portions of the United States. As with most hollies, it is dioecious, meaning that male and female flowers are borne on separate plants. A female selection, 'Greenleaf' requires a male pollinator planted nearby in order to produce fruit.

The attractive, spined leaves...

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Jesse Saylor

(American Holly, Maryland Dwarf American Holly)

Low and broad-spreading — rather than upright and pyramidal like most others of its species — 'Maryland Dwarf' is a valuable selection of American holly (Ilex opaca). The species is native to the central and eastern United States.

The attractive, spiny, evergreen leaves of 'Maryland Dwarf' are soft and bright green when new, becoming darker, duller, and more leathery in summer. Small white female flowers appear in late spring on the current year's growth. If a male American holly is...

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Jesse Saylor

(American Holly, McDonald American Holly)

Displaying its showy fruits over an exceptionally long season, 'McDonald' is a cultivar of American holly (Ilex opaca), a small to medium-sized evergreen tree from the central and eastern United States.

The attractive, spiny, evergreen leaves of 'McDonald' are soft and shiny bright green when new, becoming darker, more leathery and less lustrous in summer. Small white female flowers appear in late spring on the current year's growth. If a male American holly is nearby, the blooms are...

(American Holly, Merry Christmas American Holly)

American holly ‘Merry Christmas’ produces a heavy crop of bright red berries which shine against its glossy, deep green foliage in winter. The species is a tall, pyramidal, broadleaf evergreen tree native to the central and southeastern portions of the United States. As with most hollies, it is dioecious, meaning that male and female flowers are borne on separate plants. A female selection, 'Merry Christmas' requires a male pollinator planted nearby in order to produce fruit.

The attractive,...

Image of Ilex pedunculosa photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Longstalk Holly)

Lustrous, prickle-free leaves, cute, cherry-like berries, and exceptional cold hardiness are among the merits of this evergreen holly from eastern Asia. Irregular in habit when young, it slowly matures into a billowing pyramidal small tree.

Smooth and shiny green, the pointed oval leaves densely cover the greenish branches. They depart from those of more familiar evergreen hollies in their lack of spines. New spring leaves are bronze-tinged. The foliage may be yellow-green in exposed sunny sites....

Image of Ilex pernyi photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Perny Holly)

Glossy evergreen leaves and bright red berries in fall and winter are among the ornamental merits of this evergreen holly from central and western China. It grows slowly into a shrub or small tree of open irregular habit.

Attractive year round, the spiny, squarish to triangular, glossy dark green leaves crowd the gray, sparsely branched stems. In mid to late spring, light yellow flowers cluster at the bases of the leaves, attracting bees for pollination. Male and female flowers occur on separate...

Image of Ilex serrata photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Finetooth Holly)

Prized for its magnificent fruit display in fall and winter, this deciduous holly is the Asian counterpart of winterberry (Ilex verticillata). A slow-growing, medium-sized shrub of dense rounded twiggy habit, it bears numerous small white or pinkish flowers in spring. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants, with female plants requiring a male deciduous holly nearby for pollination and fruiting. The fruits are small berries which often bow the branches in their abundance. Ripening...

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Jessie Keith

(Finetooth Holly)

Yellow- and red-striped berries distinguish 'Gempei' from other hollies. Prized for its magnificent fruit display in fall and winter, this slow-growing, medium-sized deciduous shrub is a cultivar of finetooth holly (Ilex serrata), the Asian analog of winterberry (I. verticillata). Of dense, twiggy, rounded habit, it bears numerous small white or pinkish female flowers in spring. Pollination by a male deciduous holly results in masses of small berries, which often bow the...

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Jesse Saylor

(Afterglow Winterberry, Winterberry)

Prized for its showy fruit and compact habit, 'Afterglow' lights up the winter landscape with masses of bright berries. It is one of many outstanding selections of winterberry, a densely branched deciduous holly from eastern North America.

A relatively early-blooming cultivar, 'Afterglow' bears numerous small white female flowers on new growth in late spring, about two weeks after the toothed, oval, dark green leaves emerge. If an early-flowering male winterberry (such as 'Jim Dandy') is nearby,...