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Jesse Saylor

(Early-flowering Male Winterberry, Jim Dandy Winterberry, Winterberry)

A deciduous holly from eastern North America, winterberry is an unsurpassed shrub for the winter landscape. The male cultivar 'Jim Dandy' makes an excellent pollenizer for female winterberry cultivars that share its relatively early season of bloom. A compact, rounded, densely branched shrub, it bears numerous small white male flowers on new growth in late spring, about two weeks after the toothed, oval, dark green leaves emerge.

Plant 'Jim Dandy' in full sun and moist, well-drained soil for...

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James Burghardt

(Jolly Red Winterberry, Winterberry)

Bright red berries grace the bare branches of the Jolly Red winterberry from fall to midwinter. Winterberry is native to the eastern United States and extreme southeastern Canada, and cultivar 'Jolly Red' has origins in Connecticut, selected there in the 1960s. It grows slowly with an oval to dome-like canopy becoming a large shrub. In a marshy environment, a dense thicket may develop over time.

This shrub bears numerous small white female flowers on new growth in mid to late spring, a few weeks...

(Winterberry)

There is no better shrub for the winter landscape than this large deciduous holly from eastern North America. From fall to midwinter, bright berries line its dense branches.

In spring, winterberry puts forth serrated, oval, medium to dark green leaves. About 2 weeks later its fragrant small white flowers bloom. Like most hollies, winterberry is dioecious, which means a plant has either male or female flowers. Only the females produce fruit, but males are needed for pollination and berry set....

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James H. Schutte

(Maryland Beauty Winterberry, Winterberry)

Large, electric red berries in dense linear clusters grace the bare branches of the Maryland Beauty winterberry from fall to midwinter. Winterberry is native to the eastern United States and extreme southeastern Canada, and cultivar 'Maryland Beauty' was selected by C.L. Jenkins in 1930. In 2008 this cultivar received the Gene Eisenbeiss Holly of the Year award by the Holly Society of America. This cultivar grows slowly with an oval to dome-like canopy becoming a small to medium shrub. In a marshy...

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James H. Schutte

(Red Sprite Dwarf Winterberry, Winterberry)

There is no better small-sized shrub for the winter landscape. From fall to midwinter, the dwarf winterberry ‘Red Sprite’ offers abundant bright red berries that line its otherwise bare branches. It is a densely-branched, rounded deciduous shrub that originates from southeastern North America.

In spring, winterberry puts forth plain foliage that is medium to dark green. The leaves appear only a couple of weeks before its fragrant small white flowers bloom. Like most hollies, winterberry is...

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Mark A. Miller

(Rhett Butler Winterberry, Winterberry)

A deciduous holly from eastern North America, winterberry is an unsurpassed shrub for the winter landscape. The male cultivar 'Rhett Butler' makes an excellent pollen source for mid-season to later-blooming female winterberry cultivars. It, appropriately, is the perfectly-timed pollinator for the female cultivar 'Scarlett O'Hara'. Both 'Rhett Butler' and 'Scarlett O'Hara' originated as seedlings selected and named by Bill Frederick of Mill Creek Nurseries in Hockessin, Delaware. An upright, rounded,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Scarlett O'Hara Winterberry, Winterberry)

Winning The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Gold Medal Plant Award in 1996, selection 'Scarlett O'Hara' bears a heavy crop of clear, bright red berries from fall into mid- or late winter. It is one of many outstanding selections of winterberry, a large densely branched deciduous holly from eastern North America. 'Scarlett O'Hara' grows slowly into a large, upright, dome-shaped shrub with rather wide-spreading branches. Both 'Rhett Butler' and 'Scarlett O'Hara' originated as seedlings selected...

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Mark A. Miller

(Shortcake Winterberry, Winterberry)

From fall to midwinter, the dwarf winterberry ‘Shortcake’ displays abundant bright red berries that line its bare branches. It is a densely-branched, rounded deciduous shrub that originates from southeastern North America. This cultivar, along with 'Red Sprite', are the best small-sized shrubs for the winter landscape.

In spring, winterberry displays simple foliage that is medium to dark green. The leaves appear only a couple of weeks before its fragrant small white flowers bloom. Like most...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Southern Gentlemen Winterberry, Winterberry)

Eastern North America's prized deciduous holly, winterberry is an unsurpassed shrub for winter landscape color and interest. The male cultivar 'Southern Gentlemen' makes an excellent pollenizer for female winterberry cultivars that share its later spring flowering period. A rounded, densely branched shrub, it bears numerous small white male flowers on new growth in late spring, about two weeks after the toothed, oval, dark green leaves emerge.

Plant 'Southern Gentlemen' in full sun and moist,...

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Jessie Keith

(Berry Heavy® Winterberry, Winterberry)

There is no better shrub for the winter landscape than winterberry. Berry Heavy® is a new, prolifically fruiting selection of this medium-sized deciduous holly from eastern North America. A relatively early-blooming cultivar, it 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, masses of round pea-sized fruits follow the flowers, ripening...