Red-Twig Dogwood Plants for $2.90 Each

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This offering is for single plants of this variety. These are growing in tube sleeves of 4” deep x 2.25” diameter.

CORNUS SERICEA (redosier or red-twig dogwood):  medium size, deciduous shrub with brilliant red stems. White flowers, white pith & white berries.  Roots easily & excellent for stream bank stabilization.  6-10’.

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Blue Rug Juniper Plants: $1.69 Each

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This offering is for single plants of this variety. These are growing in 2 inch containers.

This beautiful blue, creeping plant will grow to a spread of 6 to 8 feet or more and 4 to 6 inches in height. Rapid growing, extremely low juniper. Intense silvery blue foliage assumes light purplish tinge in winter. Excellent as a ground cover. Zone: 3-8, Height: 4-6 Inches, Spread: 6-8 Feet

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Thorny Olive Plants

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Elaeagnus: Glen St. Mary
Latin Name: elaeagnus pungens ‘Glen St. Mary’

Common Name: Thorny Olive

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The Basics
This fast-growing, hardy evergreen shrub densely spreads producing fragrant blooms with red fall fruit.  Its spineless branches have olive green foliage with hints of silver reaching 6-8  feet(8 feet wide).  Best performs as a specimen and in masses to form a wind break, hedge, or screen.

The Needs
Amount of Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade
Amount of Water: Water regularly; more frequent watering in extreme Heat; Drought tolerant
Soil Conditions: Prefers dry, well-drained soil with high organic matter content
Cold Hardiness Zone: 6-9

The Care
This low-maintenance evergreen needs a regular water schedule to ensure the growth of a mature root system.  The first year of growth requires watering weekly.  After the mature root system is established, watering is needed occasionally, except during a drought, watering is needed regularly.  Shear annually to maintain desired shape.

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Nellie Stevens Holly Seedlings

Today’s Special is our Nellie Stevens Holly. These are growing in 2 inch plug format and available for only $1.94 each. This offer expires on March 9, 2016.

 

About Nellie Stevens Holly: This is our nursery favorite and is one of the most attractive of all hollies. Vigorous grower with dense branches makes an excellent tall screen. Producer of large bright orange-red berries. Use male Chinese hollies as pollenizers. Grows to 10 to 20 feet tall and 12 feet wide. Zones 6 to 9. Click Here to Order.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Eastern Redcedar Plants for $5.88 Each

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Today’s Special is our Eastern Redcedar. These are growing in quart containers for $5.88 each.

A dense pyramidal evergreen growing to 40 to 50 feet. Spread 8 to 20 feet. Medium green needles are flat and scale-like. Exfoliating handsome grayish to reddish brown bark is considered part of its ornamental interest. Native from northern Florida to Canada and west to the Rocky Mountains. Should grow in almost any soil and does well in poor gravelly soils. Due to its fast, dense growth, this tree is a good choice for an evergreen screen or hedge, space 4 feet apart. No shipments to CA. Zone: 3-9; Height: 40-50 Feet; Spread: 8-20 Feet

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Arizona Blue Ice Cypress Plants for $8.26 Each

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Today’s Special is our Arizona Blue Ice Cypress.These are growing in 4 inch containers for $8.26 each.

Cypress: Blue Ice
Latin Name: cupressus arizona ‘Blue Ice’

The Basics
A conical upright conifer has silver to icy blue needles.  The striking foliage with exfoliating, reddish-brown bark grows moderately to a height of 30-50 feet(10-12 feet wide).  Ideally used for an accent, specimen, or grouping plants.

The Needs
Amount of Sunlight: Thrives in full sun; Tolerates shade
Amount of Water: Water regularly; more frequent watering in extreme heat; Drought tolerant
Soil Conditions: Prefers dry, well-drained soil
Cold Hardiness Zone: 6-9

The Care
This low-maintenance upright conifer needs a regular water schedule to ensure the growth of a mature root system.  The first year of growth requires watering weekly.  After the mature root system is established, watering is needed occasionally, except during a drought, watering is needed regularly.  Pruning is not required.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Blue Pfitzer Juniper Plants for $4.90 Each

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Today’s Special is our Blue Pfitzer Juniper. These are growing in 4 inch containers for $4.90 each.

A very hardy juniper that is capable of withstanding a variety of harsh conditions, such as dry and windy. Good blue color, especially in older plants turning a shade of bluish/purple in the winter. Has ascending, arching branches. Can be used for foundation plantings, or grouped together to form a border / hedge planting as well. Can be trimmed in order to maintain them within a certain height or width if desired. Zones 5 to 9.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Red Sprite Winterberry Plants for $5.46 Each

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Today’s Special is our Red Sprite Winterberry. These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $5.46 each.

Easily grown in average, medium to wet soil in full sun to part shade. Adaptable to both light and heavy soils, but prefers moist, acidic, organic soils. Good tolerance for wet conditions (the species is native to swampy areas in Eastern North America). Winterberries are dioecious (separate male and female plants). This cultivar is a female plant and needs a male pollinator to produce the attractive red berries which are the signature of the winterberries. Generally one male winterberry (such as I. verticillata ‘Jim Dandy’ – K650) will be sufficient for pollinating 9-10 female ‘Nana’ plants. Prune to shape in early spring just before new growth begins. This female, deciduous winterberry cultivar is a large-berried, slow-growing, dwarf shrub with an upright, rounded habit. Typically grows only 2-3′ tall. Glossy medium green leaves drop in early autumn with no appreciable fall color. The whitish flowers are relatively inconspicuous. This female winterberry, as the common name suggests, produces profuse red berries which are extremely attractive in fall and winter, often persisting to early spring unless consumed by local bird populations. Often sold as Ilex verticillata ‘Red Sprite’. Zones 3 to 9.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Sea Green Juniper Plants for $4.90 Each

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Today’s Special is our Sea Green Juniper. These are growing in 4 inch containers for $4.90 each.

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Tolerant of a wide variety of soils and some drought. Also tolerant of many city air pollutants. Intolerant of wet soils. This juniper cultivar is a compact, evergreen shrub with a fountain-like, arching habit. Typically grows 4-6′ high and to 8′ wide. Features dark green foliage (may turn darker in winter) which is attractive year-round. Zones 4 to 9.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Golden Verboom Winterberry Plants for $5.32 Each

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Today’s Special is our Golden Verboom Winterberry.These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $5.32 each.

A charming Winterberry with masses of rich amber-gold berries all winter long! This selection of the American species was made by the Dutch nursery that bears its name — Verboom. Golden Verboom is a deciduous holly, compact and vigorous, that adds splendid contrast to the winter garden and will fill all your vases with bunches of gleaming gold berries! Zones 4 to 9.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Heritage Raspberry Plants for $5.74 Each

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Today’s Special is our Heritage Raspberry. These are growing in quart containers for $5.74 each.

Heritage is the most popular everbearing variety with excellent red fruit. Can be cultivated for spring and fall crops especially in the north. Needs no staking, if mowed to the ground early each spring. Heritage will bear a large crop from new growth from August to late fall. Space 3′ apart in 5′ wide beds of good garden soil. Zones 3-9.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Norway Spruce Trees for $5.88 Each

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Today’s Special is our Norway Spruce. These are growing in quart containers for $5.88 each.

Fast growth to 75 or 80 feet in height. Spread 35 to 40 feet. Dense, dark green needles never get longer than 1 inch. Thrives well in average soil conditions, but prefers moisture in the soil to maintain its deep green color. Highly valued ornamental and timber tree. One of the best conifers for shelters and windbreaks, as its branches grow densely into one another. For planting a windbreak, these trees should be planted 6 feet apart. Branches droop gracefully as tree matures, making this a very attractive ornamental. Zone: 4-7, Height: 75-80 Feet, Spread: 35-40 Feet

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Serbian Spruce Trees for $5.88 Each!

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Today’s Special is our Serbian Spruce. These are growing in quart containers for $5.88 each.

Medium, symmetrical growth to 50 feet. Stays compact and dense with very little shearing. More narrow than most spruces; mature width about 15 feet. Needles are short and soft; glossy dark green on top, silver underneath. Branches droop gracefully as tree matures. Probably the most beautiful and most adaptable of the Spruces. Zone: 4-7; Height: 50 Feet; Spread: 15 Feet

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Jersey Blueberry Plants for $7.56 Each!

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Today’s Special is our Jersey Blueberry. These are growing in quart containers for $7.56 each.

A classic late season fruit variety that is great for home gardens. Berries are medium-sized, sweet and good for baking. A rounded shrub habit with dark green leaves in summer, turning orange in autumn. Jersey tolerates a wide range of soil types, preferring acidic, moist, well-drained soil. Plant in full sun in northern areas. In warmer climates provide partial shade. Zones 4 – 8.

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Super 6-Pack: Green Velvet Boxwood Plants for $24.99

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Today’s Special is our Green Velvet Boxwood. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

A full bodied boxwood well suited for dense, low hedges. Foliage retains its rich green color throughout winter. Vigorous, rounded form if left unsheared. Evergreen. Grows to 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. Zones 4 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack: Brilliant Red Chokeberry Plants for $24.99

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Today’s Special is our Brilliant Red Chokeberry. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Wide range of soil tolerance including boggy soils. Best fruit production usually occurs in full sun. Remove root suckers to prevent colonial spread.  This red chokeberry cultivar is a deciduous shrub which typically grows slowly to 6-8′ tall and is perhaps most noted for its attractive glossy red berries and red fall foliage color. Tends to sucker somewhat like amelanchiers (serviceberries).

Clusters (corymbs) of white to pinkish, 5-petaled flowers (1/3″ in diameter) appear in spring. Flowers are followed by abundant glossy red fruits (3/8″ diameter) which appear in dense clusters along the branches. Fruits ripen in late summer and persist throughout fall and well into winter. Obovate to elliptic, glossy, dark green leaves (to 3″ long) are grayish-green beneath. Foliage turns bright red in autumn and compares favorably with burning bush (Euonymus alatus) for excellence of fall color.

Brilliantissima’ primarily differs from the species by (1) being more compact, (2) producing more lustrous foliage with superior red fall color and (3) producing larger, glossier and more abundant fruit. Common name is in reference to the tart and bitter berries which are technically edible but so astringent as to cause choking in those who try. Fruits are sometimes used to make tasty jams and jellies. Species is native to both wet and dry thickets primarily in eastern North America. Zones 4 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack: Compact Littleleaf Boxwood Plants for $24.99

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Today’s Special is our Compact Littleleaf Boxwood. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Best grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers sun-dappled part shade and moist, sandy loams with a slightly acidic to slightly alkaline pH. Avoid cultivating around plants because they have shallow roots. Roots generally appreciate a good mulch (1-2″). Thin plants and remove dead/damaged branches annually as needed to improve air circulation.

In USDA Zones 5 and 6, this boxwood is best sited in a sheltered location that will protect it in winter from strong winds and full sun. Carefully remove snow accumulations from plants as quickly as practicable to minimize stem/branch damage.  This species of boxwood (also called small-leaved boxwood) is a dense, compact, evergreen shrub whose leaves often bronze in St. Louis winters. ‘Compacta’ is an extremely slow-growing cultivar that may reach only 8-10″ tall in the first 15 years. Obovate, evergreen, light green leaves (to 1/4″ long). Insignificant spring flowers. It is valued as a bonsai plant. Zones 6 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack: Blue Boy Holly Trees for $24.99

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Today’s Special is our Blue Boy Holly. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Height 10 to 15 feet. Spread 6 to 8 feet. Lustrous dark green foliage. Use to pollinate with Blue Girl. Plant within 20 feet of each other. One male plant will pollinate up to 10 females within a 20 foot area. Zone: 5-7, Height: 10-15 Feet, Spread: 6-8 Feet

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Super 6-Pack: Golden Bells Forsythia Plants for $24.99

Today’s Special is our Golden Bells Forsythia. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

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This is a flowering plant spreads up to 4 feet. The flowers of the trees are deep golden flowers, and are more thickly and evenly distributed along the stems when compared to the other varieties. It grows in ordinary to poor soil and has the capacity to withstand adverse city conditions. This plant can easily be pruned, after the blooming; in fact it has been done so to maintain desired height and in fact it will bloom better next year. For hedge, plant is 4 feet apart. The plant bears a very rugged and ornamental shrub with a height of about 3.5 feet and it spread up to four feet. The plant originally belongs to Oleaceae or the olive Family.

Forsythia Intermedia, the flowering plant blooms against an unusually clear blue sky in the early April in fact in the beginning of the spring. This is in fact one of the first shrubs to bloom in spring, the flowers are 1-2 inches and are across with four narrow petals that spread out at right angles from the short tube. There are in fact 1-3 flowers per node. The mature height is 8 to 12 feet and width is 5 to 12 feet. The average growth per year is 13 to 24 inches. Zones 4 to 9.

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Today’s Holly Hill Special: Super 6-Pack- Summersweet Clethra Plants for $24.99

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Easily grown in average, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Adaptive to a wide range of soil, moisture and light conditions. Prefers part shade and consistently moist to wet, acidic soils. Tolerates full shade, however. Spreads slowly by rhizomes.

Clethra alnifolia, commonly called summersweet, is a deciduous shrub that is native to swampy woodlands, wet marshes, stream banks and seashores, often in sandy soils, along the coast from Maine to Florida and west to Texas. It is a rounded, suckering, densely-branched, deciduous shrub that typically grows to 3-6′ (less frequently to 8′) tall and is noted for producing a mid to late summer bloom of sweetly fragrant white flowers which appear in narrow, upright panicles (racemes to 2-6″ long). Flowers give way to dark brown seed capsules (1/8″ diameter) which may persist into winter. Mature stems have scaly, dark gray to brown black bark. Serrate, obovate to oblong, glossy dark green leaves (to 3-4″ long) turn variable but generally attractive shades of yellow to golden brown in fall. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies and bees. Zones 3 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack: Nearly Wild Rose Plants for $24.99

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Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Nearly Wild Rose. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Best grown in medium moisture, slightly acidic, well-drained garden loams in full sun to part shade. Best flowering and disease resistance generally occur in full sun, however. Water deeply and regularly (mornings are best). Avoid overhead watering. Good air circulation promotes vigorous and healthy growth and helps control foliar diseases. Summer mulch helps retain moisture, keeps roots cool and discourages weeds.

Remove spent flowers to encourage rebloom. Crowns usually need winter protection in cold winter areas. Remove and destroy diseased leaves from plants, as practicable, and clean up and destroy dead leaves from the ground around the plants both during the growing season and as part of a thorough cleanup during winter (dormant season). Prune as needed in late winter to early spring. ‘Nearly Wild’ is a floribunda rose (‘Dr. W. Van Fleet’ x ‘Leuchstern’) which typically grows 2-3′ tall (less frequently to 4′) and as wide. It is a dense, shrubby plant which features clusters of mildly fragrant, single, pink roses (to 3″ diameter) with center clumps of prominent yellow stamens. Five-petaled flowers are reminiscent of some species roses hence the cultivar name. Flowers bloom continuously from May to frost. Glossy dark green foliage. Introduced by Brownwell in 1941. Zones 4 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack: Tea Viburnum Plants for $24.99

Super 6-Pack:  Tea Viburnum Plants for $24.99 

Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Tea Viburnum. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist loams, but tolerates a wide range of soils including slightly boggy ones. Prune lightly, only if needed, in fall. Pruning after flowering may be done but will eliminate some of the late summer fruit display. For best cross-pollination and subsequent fruit display, plant shrubs in groups rather than as single specimens.

Tea viburnum is noted for producing perhaps the best fall fruit display of the any of the viburnums. It is a rounded, multi-stemmed, upright-spreading, deciduous shrub that typically grows to 8-12′ tall and 5-8′ wide. Mature shrubs tend to lack foliage at the base. Small white flowers arranged in flat-topped clusters (cymes to 2″ wide) bloom in April-May. Flowers are not particularly showy. Flowers are followed by clusters of ovoid bright red berries in fall. Berry production is often so abundant as to cause the stems to arch downward from the weight. Pointed, ovate-lanceolate to ovate-oblong, slightly toothed, blue-green leaves (3-5″ long). Foliage turns purplish in fall. Leaves were once used to make tea, hence the common name. Zones 5 to 7.

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Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Green Mountain Boxwood

Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Green Mountain Boxwood. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Vigorous growing boxwood when young. Dense upright form with bright green leaves that retain their color through winter. Natural cone shaped form if left unsheared, excellent hedge. Evergreen. Grows to 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Zones 4 to 9.

Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Nellie Stevens Holly Trees

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Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Nellie Stevens Holly. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

One of the most attractive of all hollies. Vigorous grower with dense branches makes an excellent tall screen. Producer of large bright orange-red berries. Use male Chinese hollies as pollenizers. Grows to 10 to 20 feet tall and 12 feet wide. Zones 6 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack: Franchet Cotoneaster Plants for $24.99

Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Franchet Cotoneaster. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Cotoneaster franchetii is a fountain-shaped shrub capable of growing up to 3 meters in height, with oval 2-3 cm long broad leaves, that are shiny above, with dense hairs below. Zones 4 to 9.

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Super 6-Pack of Maryland Beauty Winterberry Plants from Holly Hill Nurseries

Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Maryland Beauty Winterberry. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.

Easily grown in average, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Adaptable to both light and heavy soils, but prefers moist, acidic, organic loams. Good tolerance for wet conditions (the species is native to swampy areas in Eastern North America). Winterberries are dioecious (separate male and female plants). ‘Maryland Beauty’ is a female cultivar which needs a male pollinator to produce the attractive red berries which are the signature of the winterberries. Male pollinator must be a shrub whose flowers bloom at the same time (I. verticillata ‘Jim Dandy’ is recommended). One male winterberry will be sufficient for pollinating 6-10 female shrubs. Prune to shape in early spring just before new growth appears.

‘Maryland Beauty’ is a female winterberry that typically matures to 5-7′ tall and as wide. It is noted for its dense, heavy fruiting of bright red berries, with good retention of the fruit throughout winter. This is a compact, slow-growing, deciduous, multi-stemmed, suckering shrub with an upright-rounded habit. Lustrous dark green leaves (to 3″ long) turn yellow-bronze in fall. Relatively inconspicuous greenish-white flowers appear in the leaf axils in late spring. Flowers, if properly pollinated, give way to a profuse crop of bright red berries (3/8″ diameter) in fall. Showy berries will persist throughout the winter (hence the common name) and often to early spring. Berries provide considerable impact and interest to the winter landscape. Berries are a food source for birds. Zones 3 to 9.

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Fall Clearance Specials

To Order: Contact Us at Plants@HollyHillNurseries.com

Fall Clearance Sale Items:

Available  Description Price/Item
16 Abelia Rose Creek $1.49
5 Achillea Moonshine $2.40
1 Acorus Minimus Aureus $3.35
33 American Larch $3.43
10 Artemisa Powis Castle $2.37
15 Austrian Pine Quarts $3.10
23 Austrian Pine Plugs $1.50
13 Azalea Pink Ruffle $2.35
1 Azalea yedoense Poulenense $3.35
7 Baptisia Solar Flare $3.45
7 Blackberry Black Satin $3.75
49 Black Hills Spruce Plugs $1.50
12 Bush Honey Suckle $3.25
2 Buxus Compacta $3.00
4 Buxus Eliganitissima $3.50
10 Buxus Green Gem $3.50
6 Buxus Green Gem $3.00
2 Buxus Green Mountain $3.50
2 Buxus mic. Wintergreen $3.50
6 Canadian Hemlock Quarts $3.10
5 Carex Red Rooster $1.49
1 Carex Silver Septre $3.40
2 Caryopteris Dark Knight $3.10
6 Caryopteris Longwood Blue $3.10
16 Clethra Rosea $2,95
30 Colorado Blue Spruce Plugs $1.50
7 Coreopsis Carmel Creme $2.68
17 Crape Myrtle Hopi – Rose $1.55
16 Crape Myrtle Muskogee – Lavender $1.55
12 Crape Myrtle Natchez – White $1.55
5 Crape Myrtle Tuscarora – Red $1.55
24 Currant Alpine $3.25
18 Daylily Black-Eyed Stella $1.69
20 Dianthus Ruby Tuesday $1.75
3 Dogwood Variegated $3.25
2 Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit $2.45
10 Fir Concolor $3.10
17 Gardenia Mystery $1.55
14 Gaura So-White $2.45
15 Goji Berry $3.50
2 Hedera Sulphur Heart $2.30
10 Hydrangea Incrediball $4.55
1 Hydrangea Lets Dance Moonlight $4.10
3 Hydrangea Lets Dance Rhapsody $3.65
8 Hydrangea Limelight $4.55
1 Hydrangea Mindy $3.25
4 Hypericum calycinum $2.45
9 Hypericum calycinum Brigadoon $2.50
36 Ilex China Girl $1.59
21 Ilex Red Beauty $3.10
4 Ilex Sky Pencil $4.00
6 Ilex Sky Pencil $3.10
73 Ixora Maui $1.45
17 Juniperus Blue Star $2.25
2 Juniperus Nicks Compacta $2.75
43 Juniperus San Jose $1.65
1 Lindera Benzoin $5.00
3 Lychinis Lipstick $2.75
1 Miscanthus Cosmopolitan $2.70
7 Panicum Heavy Metal Grass $2.48
10 Pennisetum Cherry Sparkler $3.15
7 Potentilla Goldfinger $3.25
6 Potentilla Pink Beauty $3.55
1 Red Oak $4.00
24 Red Pine Plugs $1.75
4 Red Pine Quarts $3.10
23 Redcedar Quarts $3.10
1 Scotch Pine Quart $3.10
12 Scotch Pine Plugs $1.75
1 Spirea japonica Gold Mound $2.80
18 Spodiopogon sibericus $2.13
1 Thuja Emerald Green $3.50
7 Thuja Techny $3.10
33 Tillandsia Abdita Air Plants $3.00
3 Viburnum Cardinal $3.65
3 Weigela Canary $3.25
1 Weigela Dark Horse $4.15
1 Weigela Dark Horse $3.25
4 Willow Artic Blue Leaf $3.25
5 Willow Scarlet Curls $3.25

Super 6-Pack: Gold Star Juniper Plants for $24.99

Super 6-Pack: Today’s Special is our Gold Star Juniper. Get 6 plants of this variety for $24.99.  Spreading evergreen shrub has blue-green inner branches, golden yellow outer branches and blue-green foliage. A colorful accent, border or mass planting. Grows to 4 feet tall and 6 feet wide. Good in zones 4 to 9.  Click Here to Order a Super 6-Pack of Gold Star Juniper Plants for $24.99

Today’s Holly Hill Special: Serbian Spruce Seedlings for $2.03 Each

ENC - Serbian Spruce Plugs 12-29-13Today’s Special is our Serbian Spruce Seedlings.These are growing in plug format as pictured above for $2.03 each.  A beautiful, dense, narrow pyramid with graceful pendulous branches. Needles are flat, shiny green above and whitish underneath. The two toned needles are very showy as the branches move in the wind exposing the white undersides. Plants grow best in full sun or partial shade on moist, well drained soils. Serbian Spruce is adaptable to most soil types. The narrow habit makes it useful for many sites. Considered one of the finest landscape evergreens. Difficult to grow as a young seedling, plants become very tough and hardy once established. Seed source: Slovenia. Grows to 20 to 25 feet wide and 50 to 60 feet tall. Zones 4 to 7.

Today’s Holly Hill Special: Winky Series Mix Columbine Plants for $3.56 Each

CH - AQUILEGIA vulgaris Winky Mix 1-6-15Today’s Special is our Winky Series Mix Columbine.These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $3.56 each.
Upward facing blooms of blue and white, red and white, purple and white, and two-tone rose above mounded foliage of lacy leaves from spring to early summer. Butterflies love this colorful variety! Great for edges, containers, or as a cut flower and is deer-resistant.
Specifications:

  • Light: Sun to Part Shade
  • Height: 16 to 18 inches
  • Zones: 2 to 9

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Summer Glow Agastache Plants for $3.81 Each

CH - AGASTACHE 'Summer Glow' 1-4-15Today’s Special is our Summer Glow Agastache. These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $3.81 each.
Lemon custard flowers contrast deep orange bracts, all glowing against deep green foliage. This charming, drought-tolerant variety blooms all summer and blends well with other plants. Hummingbirds love it!
Specifications:

  • Light: Sun
  • Height: 20 inches
  • Zones: 6 to 10
  • New For: 2015
  • Patent #: 20980

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Swamp Milkweed Plants for $3.51 Each

CH - ASCLEPIAS incarnata 1-6-15Today’s Special is our Swamp Milkweed, Asclepias incarnata. These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $3.51 each.
Our native swamp milkweed sports small, fragrant pink-to-mauve flowers that attract butterflies. Cut some-they’ll look fabulous in a vase! Asclepias incarnata blooms from July to August and thrives in medium to wet soil.
Specifications:

  • Light: Sun
  • Height: 48 to 60 inches
  • Zones: 3 to 6

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Star Cluster Coreopsis Plants for $4.46 Each

CH - COREOPSIS 'Star Cluster' 1-7-15Today’s Special is our Star Cluster Coreopsis (Pat. 23035). These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $4.46 each.
Large creamy white flowers cover this heavy bloomer from early spring to early fall. It develops a small purple eye in summer.
Specifications:

  • Light: Sun
  • Height: 18 to 24 inches
  • Zones: 5 to 9
  • New For: 2015
  • Patent #: PP23035

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Frosty Fire Dianthus Plants for $3.51 Each

CH - DIANTHUS x allwoodii 'Frosty Fire' 2-9-14Today’s Special is our Frosty Fire Dianthus. These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $3.51 each.
A real stunner! Double scarlet-red flowers dot the gray-blue mounding foliage. Blooms appear from spring through fall. This is the perfect choice for the front of the border or rock garden. Deadhead to prolong bloom time. It is easy to grow but requires well-drained soil.
Specifications:

  • Light: Sun
  • Height: 6 in
  • Zones: 5 to 8

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Ornamental Oregano Plants for $4.19 Each

CH - ORIGANUM rotundifolium 'Kent Beauty' 2-12-14Today’s Special is our Ornamental Oregano (Origanum ‘Kent Beauty’). These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $4.19 each.
This Origanum is strictly ornamental-it is non-edlble!! ‘Kent Beauty’ boasts unique, hops-like, pendant, relaxed flower bracts. Blooms are dusty-rose to rose-pink with a protruding lavender corolla. Flowers appear above bright green, ovate leaves from June to September. It prefers gritty or sandy, fast-draining soil and will not tolerate wet, boggy conditions.
Specifications:

  • Light: Sun
  • Height: 4 to 8 inches
  • Zones: 4 to 8

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Strawberry Foxglove Plants for $3.24 Each

CH - DIGITALIS x mertonensis 1-7-15Today’s Special is our Strawberry Foxglove (Digitalis Mertonensis). These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $3.24 each.  This is a true perennial foxglove with towering spikes of strawberry-rose, trumpet-shaped flowers. Blooms appear in May and June. A classic choice for the dappled shade or woodland garden. Divide it every 2 years to maintain vigor.
Specifications

  • Light: Sun to Part Shade
  • Height: 30 to 36 inches
  • Zones: 5 to 8

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Autumn Sun Black-Eyed Susan Plants for $3.99 Each

CH - RUDBECKIA laciniata 'Herbstsonne' 2-13-14Today’s Special is our Autumn Sun Black-Eyed Susan (RUDBECKIA laciniata ‘Herbstsonne’). These are just starting to grow for the season and are growing in 3 inch containers for $3.99 each. There are only 23 of these available at this time. 

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Common Name: Black-Eyed Susan
Alternative Name: Autumn Sun
Plant Description: ‘Herbstsonne’ boasts glossy green, deeply cut foliage. Butterflies love the tall flower stalks with bright yellow petals around green cones. It blooms mid-to-late summer. This Rudbeckia loves rich, moist, well-drained soil and tolerates hot, muggy weather. Deadhead to promote re-bloom.
Specifications

  • Light: Sun
  • Height: 60 to 96 inches
  • Zones: 5 to 9

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Fire Light Hydrangea Plants for $8.64 Each

ENC - MISC HYDRANGEA PANICULATA 'SMHPFL' Fire Light 4-4-15Today’s Special is our Fire Light Hydrangea (HYDRANGEA PANICULATA ‘SMHPFL’). These are growing in quart containers for $8.64 each.

The panicles are upright and filled with florets that start as pure white and turn to a rich pomegranate-pink. This variety grow 20 to 36 inches tall and 36 to 48 inches wide. Zones 3 to 9.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Patriot Blueberry Plants for $7.43 Each

ENC - VACCINIUM CORYMBOSUM 'PATRIOT'
Today’s Special is our Patriot Blueberry (VACCINIUM CORYMBOSUM ‘PATRIOT’). These are growing in quart containers for $7.43 each. The patriot blueberry is a winter hardy, disease resistant plant.  It fruits heavily with large berries.  It is a medium size bush and you should plant the plants 3 – 4 feet apart and leave approx 10 feet between rows. Zones 5 to 9.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Red Beauty Holly Trees for $7.29 Each

MV - Ilex c Red Beauty Actual 4-2-15Today’s Special is our Red Beauty Holly. These are growing in 2.5 inch containers for $7.29 each. We only have 28 of these remaining. Abundant crops of bright red berries combined with dense, dark green foliage create an annual spectacle. A beautiful specimen or hedge. Use for framing an entrance or lining a drive. Best berry display with a male pollenizer nearby such as Ilex x ‘Blue Prince’. Marketed under license from Rutgers University. Maintains its dense, upright, conical form with little or no pruning. Evergreen. Grows to 10 feet tall. Zones 6 to 10.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Blue Angel Holly Trees for $6.89 Each

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Today’s Special is our Blue Angel Holly. These are growing in 3 inch containers for $6.89 each. This is one of our nursery favorites…The Blue Angel Holly has beautiful large scarlet berries, and is one of the most beautiful, slowest growing and most compact Blue Hollies. Its crinkled foliage is a glossy blue green in summer turning to a deep blue purple in winter. Feature this holly in your landscape. This holly grows 4 to 5 feet tall and wide. It is a must have male Ilex x. mes to pollinate. Zones 7 to 9.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Vernal Witchhazel Plants for $10.53 Each

APP - MISC HAMAMELIS vernalis 3-31-15Today’s Special is our Vernal Witchhazel (HAMAMELIS vernalis). These are growing in quart containers for $10.53 each.  Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Best flowering in full sun. Prefers moist, acidic, organically rich soils. Tolerates heavy clay soils. Promptly remove suckers to prevent colonial spread. Prune in spring after flowering to control shape and size. Witch hazel is a deciduous, winter-blooming shrub with a rounded habit which typically grows 6-10′ tall (less frequently to 15′) with a somewhat larger spread. Usually occurs in the wild in gravel or rocky stream beds or at the base of rocky slopes along streams. Noted for its extremely early (January to February-March) and lengthy (to 4 weeks) bloom period. Fragrant, globular flower clusters (to 3/4″ wide) have variable coloration, but flowers most frequently have yellow petals and reddish inner calyxes. Ovate, dull green leaves (2-5″) turn an attractive golden yellow in autumn. Extract obtained from the leaves, bark and stems was formerly used medicinally by native Americans for, inter alia, external treatment of sprains, bruises and inflammations. Zones 4 to 8.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Polaris Blueberry Plants for $6.62 Each

ENC - MISC Blueberry Polaris 3-29-15Today’s Special is our Polaris Blueberry (VACCINIUM CORYMBOSUM ‘POLARIS). These are growing in quart containers for $6.62 each.  Polaris, a variety developed in Minnesota, is recommended where a cold-hardy, early ripening companion to Northblue or Chippewa is desired. The berries are aromatic and very sweet. For best pollination and fruit set, plant Polaris alongside other cold hardy varieties. These grow 3 to 4 feet tall. Zones 3 to 7.

 

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: San Jose Juniper Plants for $1.76 Each

LSI - Juniper SAN JOSE 2-14-14Today’s Special is our San Jose Juniper. These are growing in 2 inch containers for $1.76 each.  Chinese juniper is a dioecious evergreen conifer that is native to China, Japan, Mongolia and the Himalayas. It is usually seen in the wild as a conical tree to 50′ tall and 20′ wide, but also appears in much shorter shrubby or spreading forms. Foliage is dark green. Brown bark on mature stems peels in strips. Although species plants are rarely sold in commerce, a large number of cultivated varieties ranging in size from large trees to large/small shrubs to low-growing groundcovers have become popular ornamental landscape plants. Chinese juniper leaves come in two types: scale-like (adult) and awl/needle-like (juvenile). Cones (pollen and seed bearing) appear on different plants. Male plants produce catkin-like pollen cones. Female plants produce fleshy, berry-like, whitish-blue seed cones that usually acquire violet-brown tones as they mature over two years. ‘San Jose’ forms a tough, low-growing ground cover that rises to 1-1.5′ tall but spreads by rigid stems somewhat irregularly to 6-8′ wide. Sage green foliage (foliage on young plants is mostly needle-like, but foliage on mature plants is a combination of needle-like and scale-like). Foliage is attractive throughout the year. Zones 4 to 9.

 

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: European Snowball Viburnum Plants for $6.62 Each

APP - MISC Viburnum opulus Roseum 3-26-15Today’s Special is our European Snowball Viburnum (Viburnum opulus ‘Roseum’). These are growing in 3 inch containers for $6.62 each.  Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers loams with consistent moisture, but tolerates a wide range of soils. Species plants sometimes grow in wet or boggy soils in its native habitat. Prune as needed immediately after flowering. Viburnum opulus, commonly called European cranberry bush, is a highbush cranberry that is native to Europe, Asia and N. Africa. It is a deciduous shrub with a rounded spreading habit that typically grows to 10-15′ tall. It features lacecap-type white flowers in spring in flat-topped 3″ wide cymes of tiny fertile florets surrounded by larger sterile florets, drooping clusters of cranberry-like red berries (drupes) in fall and three lobed, maple-like, dark green leaves. By contrast, ‘Roseum’ is a sterile cultivar (no fertile florets and no cranberry-like fruit) that produces 3″ diameter pom-pom-like globular inflorescences (snowballs) of entirely sterile white flowers. Flowers bloom in May. Flowers acquire light rose flushing as they fade, hence the cultivar name of ‘Roseum’. Plants typically grow to 10-12′ tall with a rounded form. Sugar-maple like leaves are a soft green, generally becoming orange-red in fall. ‘Roseum’ is sold under a large number of common names. The common name of European snowball bush has been selected herein because ‘Roseum’ produces no cranberry-like fruit as suggested by the common name for the species (European cranberry bush). ‘Roseum’ is synonymous with and sometimes sold in commerce as V. opulus ‘Sterile’. Zones 3 to 8.

 

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Spicebush Plants for $10.80 Each

APP - MISC Lindera Benzoin Spicebush 3-25-15Today’s Special is our Spicebush (Lindera benzoin). These are growing in 4 inch containers for $10.80 each.  Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Fall color is best in sunny areas. Tolerates full shade, but habit becomes more open and wide-spreading. Spicebush is a deciduous shrub with a broad, rounded habit which typically grows 6-12′ (less frequently to 15′) high in moist locations in bottomlands, woods, ravines, valleys and along streams. Clusters of tiny, apetulous, aromatic, greenish-yellow flowers bloom along the branches in early spring before the foliage emerges. Dioecious (male and female flowers on separate plants), with the male flowers being larger and showier than the female ones. Flowers of female plants give way to bright red drupes (to 1/2″ long) which mature in fall and are attractive to birds. Female plants need a male pollinator in order to set fruit, however. Drupes are very attractive, but are largely hidden by the foliage until the leaves drop. Thick, oblong-obovate, light green leaves (to 5″ long) turn an attractive yellow in autumn. Leaves are aromatic when crushed. The larva (caterpillar) of the spicebush swallowtail butterfly feeds on the leaves of this shrub. Lindera is named for the Swedish botanist, Johann Lindler. Zones 4 to 9.

 

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Smooth Witherod Viburnum Plants for $6.62 Each

APP - MISC VIBURNUM nudum 3-24-15Today’s Special is our Smooth Witherod Viburnum. These are growing in 3 inch containers for $6.62 each.  Easily grown in average, medium to wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist loams, but tolerates a wide range of soils including boggy ones. Pruning after flowering may be done, but will eliminate some of the late summer fruit display. For best cross-pollination and subsequent fruit display, plant shrubs in groups rather than as single specimens. Smooth witherod is a rounded, multi-stemmed, upright-spreading, deciduous shrub that typically grows in the wild to 5-12′ tall and as wide. It is native to low woods, swamps and bogs in the eastern and southeastern U. S. from Connecticut south to Florida and Louisiana. It features aromatic white flowers arranged in flat-topped clusters (cymes 2-5″ wide) in May-June. Flowers are followed by clusters of ovoid berries that change color as they ripen, from light pink to deep pink to blue to purplish-black. The berries are highly acidic but edible. Elliptic to oblong-lanceolate glossy dark green leaves (to 4″ long). Foliage sometimes turns an attractive maroon to dark red-purple in fall. In late summer to early fall, berries in shades of both deep pink and blue-purple often appear on the same cluster, in striking contrast to the foliage. This species is also sometimes commonly called possumhaw viburnum. Zones 5 to 9.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Farthing Blueberry Plants for $7.43 Each

ENC - Blueberry Farthing 2-1-14Today’s Special is our Farthing Blueberry. These are growing in quart containers for $7.43 each.  A southern high-bush blueberry variety that ripens early. Berries are large, firm and have a mild tart flavor. Farthing produces large quantities of berries and picking can last up to six weeks. Bushes are strong, compact, upright spreading and disease resistant. Good to zones 8 to 10.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Common Winterberry Plants for $10.67 Each

APP - MISC ILEX verticillata 3-21-15Today’s Special is our Common Winterberry (Ilex verticillata). These are growing in 4 inch containers for $10.67 each. These are unsexed.  Easily grown in average, acidic, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Adaptable to both light and heavy soils, but prefers moist, acidic, organic loams. Good tolerance for poorly drained soils including wet boggy or swampy conditions. Winterberries are dioecious (separate male and female plants). Only fertilized female flowers will produce the attractive red berries that are the signature of the species. Generally one male winterberry will be sufficient for pollinating 9-10 female plants. Flowers appear on new growth. Prune to shape in early spring just before new growth appears. Winterberry is a deciduous holly that is native to eastern North America where it typically occurs in swamps, damp thickets, low woods and along ponds and streams. It is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub with an upright-rounded habit that typically grows 3-12′ tall. In the wild, it often suckers to form large thickets or colonies. Elliptic to obovate, toothed, dark green leaves (2-3″ long). Fall color is usually negligible, but in some years leaves may turn attractive shades of maroon. Relatively inconspicuous greenish-white flowers appear in the leaf axils in late spring. Flowers, if properly pollinated, give way to a crop of bright red berries (1/4″ diameter) in late summer to fall. Berries are quite showy and will persist throughout the winter (hence the common name) and often into early spring. Berries provide considerable impact and interest to the winter landscape. Zones 3 to 9.

Today’s Holly Hill Blog Special: Dwarf Meyer Lilac Plants for $6.48 Each

APP - MISC SYRINGA meyeri 'Palibin' 3-20-15Today’s Special is our Dwarf Meyer Lilac (Syringa meyeri ‘Palibin’). These are growing in 3 inch containers for $6.48 each.  Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun. Tolerates light shade, but best bloom is in full sun. Prefers organically rich, moist, slightly acidic to slightly alkaline soils. Needs good air circulation. Good tolerance for urban conditions. Prompt removal of faded flower panicles before seed set will increase the bloom in the following year. Prune as needed immediately after flowering. Korean lilac is a dense, rounded-oval, non-suckering, deciduous shrub which typically grows 4-8′ tall with a spread of 6-10′. ‘Palibin’ is a compact, low-spreading cultivar which typically grows 4-5′ tall with a spread of 5-7′. Pale pink, sweetly-fragrant single flowers arranged in dense, terminal clusters (panicles to 4″ long) cover this shrub with a profuse bloom in late April to early May. Elliptic-ovate, dark green leaves (to 1.5″ long) are smaller than the species. No fall color. This shrub is sometime grafted to a 4′ standard and sold as a small tree with a dense, rounded crown. Tree form typically matures to 8′ tall. Zones 3 to 7.