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Female form, bearing red berries in winter. Striking golden edged variegated leaves. Slow growing. Any soil in sun or shade. Height 6m spread 5m. Makes a wonderful subject for topiary especially wh..
Probably the fastest growing holly of all and one of the best berrying forms. Can be pollinated by any other male holly. Naturally grows into a conical shape and makes a lovely specimen tree on its..
Slow growing, upright, evergreen female shrub with dark purple stems that contrast well against the glossy dark bluish green leaves. Clusters of shiny red berries from Autumn through winter. ..
Spreading, evergreen male holly with deep purplish-black stems that contrast well against the glossy green leaves. Clusters of small white flowers from late winter through spring. Prefers fertile w..
A spreading female evergreen holly with deep purplish-black stems that contrast well against the glossy green leaves. Clusters of shiny red berries through Autumn and winter. Height and spread slow..
Rounded, evergreen tree with dark grey bark and glossy dark green leaves with silver backs that are silvery grey when young. Grows on most soils in sun or part shade. Good for screening and topiary..