Culture: A broadleaf evergreen growing to a height of 20 to 25 feet in a pyramidal fashion. Spread 10 to 15 feet. The leaves are medium size, glossy, sharp spined and curvy. Its dark green foliage will remain attractive all year. Tolerates shearing well. This female holly is somewhat self-fruitful, but will bear more heavily with a male pollinator nearby. Large, red berries color-up in September. Choose an area in full sun or partial shade to plant. Needs moist soil which can be sandy, loamy or clay. Deer resistant. Attracts birds and wildlife. Excellent choice for espalier, screen, windbreak, hedge or use as a specimen. Zone: 6-8; Height: 20-25 Feet; Spread: 10-15 Feet
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