Beautiful, dark green-blue foliage. Keeps a dense, upright shape. Low maintenance. The berries & blue-green foliage are exceptionally striking during colder winter months (when most other items are looking a bit bleak)
Birds love the winter berries as a food source
Will produce berries without a pollinator, however, for maximum berry production - pollinate with a male holly (like the Blue Stallion or Prince)
Columnar Form & Colors stands out in Winter-time landscape - Fantastic around the winter holiday season
Can be used as a specimen, planted in a hedge, used in mass plantings, or to adorn the sides of an entrance way. Low Maintenance.
Photos courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, North Carolina
10' - 20'
4' - 6'
Narrow, Upright &. Symmetrical
Primary Foliage Color
Seasonal Foliage Color
Red (heavy producer of showy fruits)
Sun to Partial Shade
Average: Ensure Planting Area Provides Adequate Drainage