American Holly

Regular price $15.00 Sale

Ilex opaca

The American Holly is a native broadleaf evergreen that matures slowly.

Like most hollies, it is dioecious; that is, the male and female flowers appear on separate plants. The female flower produces the berries. To guarantee berries, there must be a male holly of the same species within 30 - 40 yards of the female tree.

Will grow in FULL SUN or PARTIALLY SHADED areas.

Ornamental Characteristics
Category Shrub or small tree
Foliage Type Broadleaf evergreen
Height 30' - 50'
Spread 20' - 30'
Shape Pyramidal
Primary Foliage Color Green, dark, glossy
Seasonal Foliage Color
Flowering Season Early spring
Flower Color Insignificant
Berries Red
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Slow
Sun Preferences Sun or shade
Water Preferences Average - Prepare planting area for adequate drainage.
Cold Hardiness Zone  5 to 9 

 

Size Location Dimensions Inv.Date Notes
3G  Holly Hill
7-8' B&B Field
9-10' B&B Field
10-12' B&B Field