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Possumhaw Holly

Possumhaw Holly is native to South East USA. This deciduous plant grows 6m (20 feet) height and 4.5m (15 feet) width and prefers full sun or partial shade area. The yellow berries of female Possumhaw Holly become orange to red through fall to winter and...
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Flowers of Longstalk Holly

These tiny white flowers are female flowers of Longstalk Holly. Male flowers of this holly forms cluster shape. Even though this holly is not so popular, Longstalk Holly is one of best cold tolerance holly and used as border plant, specimen or deck or patio...
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Flowers of American Holly

These tiny white flowers are American Holly’s ones. You can see Yellow and red berries photos of American Holly by clicking the links.
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Flowers of Meserve Holly

These white flowers are male Meserve Holly’s ones. Both genders of this holly bloom many flowers in April to May. Meserve Holly is an evergreen shrub and planted as ornamental shrub like as other Hollies. You can see foliage picture here .
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Meserve Holly

Meserve Holly is known as Blue Holly because the leaves color of this holly are bluish green. This holly is a hybrid shrub for adding cold hardiness to a beautiful holly. So this holly can be grown in northern USA area easily. Meserve Holly Grows...
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Butcher’s Broom

This photo is Butcher’s Broom. Butcher’s Broom is a little bit funny and strange name as a name of plant for me. This plant is also known as Box Holly, Sweet Broom, Knee Holly and these are much more normal for me. Even though the...
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Leaves of Longstalk Holly

Longstalk Holly is evergreen shrub or tree and grows up to 6m (20 feet) height and width. The berries have long stalk as name indicate (sorry when I took this Longstalk Holly picture, there are only a few berries under leaves and I couldn’t take...
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Berries of Myrtle Leaf Holly

Myrtle Leaf Holly grows up to 7.5m (25 feet). This shrub prefers moist soil. And this shrub (tree) has berries in fall to winter season on female tree and sometime they are used as Christmas decoration. The color berries are sometime yellow or orange.
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Foster’s Holly

Foster's Holly grows up to 9m (30 feet) height 6m (20 feet) wide. The shape of this tree is beautiful pyramidal so this evergreen tree is good as hedge tree or accent tree in your yard.
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