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(Japanese Holly, Rotundafolia Holly, Round Leaf Holly, Round Leaf Japanese Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. One of the largest and most popular Japanese holly cultivars, 'Rotundifolia' grows relatively rapidly into a tall rounded shrub. The small shiny dark green leaves – resembling those of boxwood – are considerably broader than those of most other Japanese hollies. The tiny white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant. This male cultivar does not bear fruit.

Japanese holly grows best in well-drained,...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Holly, Sky Pencil Japanese Holly)

An exclamation point in the garden, 'Sky Pencil' is a cultivar of Japanese holly, a broadleaf evergreen shrub native to East Asia. This cultivar grows slowly to form a dense narrow column several times taller than wide. Its glossy dark green foliage and narrow columnar habit make it a versatile all-season ornamental plant.

‘Sky Pencil’ favors well drained, moist, slightly acid soil and full sun, but it can tolerate light shade. It works well as an individual accent or in a mixed border. It also...

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Hahira Nursery

(Japanese Holly, Soft Touch Japanese Holly)

Valued for its dense rounded habit and its dark green leaves that resemble those of boxwood, Japanese holly is a medium-sized evergreen shrub native to Japan and Korea. 'Soft Touch' is a dwarf, mounded cultivar whose supple leaves bear a silvery midstripe. A female plant, it bears small black berries in late summer if provided with a male pollinator.

‘Soft Touch’ requires well-drained, moist, slightly acid soil and full sun, but can tolerate light shade. A versatile plant, it works well as a...

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Jessie Keith

(Japanese Holly, Steeds Holly, Steeds Upright Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The cultivar 'Steeds' is valued for its relatively rapid growth and conical form. The shiny dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

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, or windy sites it is prone...

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Jesse Saylor

(Japanese Holly, Stokes Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The male cultivar 'Stokes' is widely grown for its dwarf congested habit and its superior cold-hardiness. The tiny lustrous dark green leaves resemble those of boxwood. The small white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

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....

(Japanese Holly, William Jackson Holly)

Japanese holly is a dense, slow-growing, broadleaf evergreen shrub native to northeast Asia. The congested growth and low spreading habit of 'William Jackson' suggest a slightly larger 'Helleri.' The small lustrous boxwood-like leaves are paler green than those of many other forms. The tiny white spring flowers are not ornamentally significant.

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...

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James Burghardt

(Possumhaw)

This large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States takes center stage in fall and winter, when masses of bright berries adorn its upright gray branches. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the branches in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Female plants that have a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) nearby produce quantities of round pea-sized berries which...

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Mark A. Miller

(Arkansas Possumhaw, Possumhaw)

This large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States takes center stage in fall and winter, when masses of bright berries adorn its upright gray branches. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the branches in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Female plants that have a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) nearby produce quantities of round pea-sized berries which...

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Mark A. Miller

(Council Fire Possumhaw, Possumhaw)

This large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States takes center stage in fall and winter, when masses of bright berries adorn its upright gray branches. Clusters of small white flowers appear along the branches in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. Male and female flowers occur on separate plants. Female plants that have a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) nearby produce quantities of round pea-sized berries which...

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Mark A. Miller

(Finch's Golden Possumhaw, Possumhaw)

A yellow-fruited cultivar of a large deciduous shrub from the southeastern United States, 'Finch's Golden' makes a bold visual statement from fall to midwinter. Clusters of small white female flowers appear along its purplish gray twigs in mid-spring, not long after the bluntly toothed, shiny, medium-green leaves emerge. If a male possumhaw or male American holly (Ilex opaca) is nearby to provide pollen, the flowers give rise to quantities of round pea-sized berries which ripen medium yellow...