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Dwarf Chinese Holly

This photo is for Dwarf Chinese Holly. This evergreen shrub grows up to 1.2 m (4feet) height. This holly has bright shiny green leaves and often used as low height hedge tree. Female trees produce beautiful red berries in winter. To have berries you need...
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Japanese Holly – Shiro Fukurin

This Japanese Holly is called as Shiro Fukurin(白覆輪). 白覆輪 means white edge. As you can see on this picture, the edge of leaves are creamy white. This evergreen shrub grows slowly and good for as hedge tree.
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Nepal Holly

Nepal Holly is an evergreen shrub or tree. It grows up to 9m (30 feet). Nepal Holly is popular tree in Japan, Korea and China and we often use this holly as garden tree because the red berries are beautiful in winter season.
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Yaupon Holly

This photo is showing the leaves and berries of Yaupon Holly. Yaupon Holly is an evergreen shrub or tree and grows up to 9m. This shrub (tree) is very common in the area of south-east of USA and often planted as a garden tree. The...
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Lusterleaf Holly

Lusterleaf Holly is evergreen shrub grows up to 8m (27feet). This holly tree has relatively large leaves (10~15cm long) unlike other holly tree as you can see on the picture. Lusterleaf Holly likes full sun or partial shade area and easy to grow. The shape...
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Japanese Holly

Japanese Holly is suitable for hedge wood because this shrub grow very dense like a box wood. The leaves of Japanese Holly are unlike normal spiky holly trees, they are oral shape and have a sharp edge at the end of each leaf as you...
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Red Berries of China Girl Holly

This photo is China Girl Holly so this holly tree is female. To have berries like this photo, you need to plant China Boy Holly if you want to plant this tree and enjoy its red berries in winter season.
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False Holly Tea Olive – Sasaba

These are leaves of Sasaba False Holly Tea Olive. This tree grow slowly up to 3m (10 feet) in the area of partial shade. Sasaba is a Japanese word and means bamboo leaves in Japan. The leaves of Sasaba False Holly Tea Olive form long...
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