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  • GLOW POP™ Japanese Holly

    Glow Pop Japanese holly presents the perfect opportunity to bring a pop of year-round color to your garden or landscape. Foliage emerges in spring with a cheery bright yellow tone. As summer’s heat comes on, the plant changes to a fresh green, then yellow returns when the weather cools again. It naturally grows with a neat, semi-rounded habit though if you prefer a more trimmed look, it can pruning and shearing.

    Japanese holly look quite a bit like boxwood but their foliage is opposite instead of alternate, and they don’t have the characteristic odor that often plagues boxwood. As such, they make a nice alternative to boxwood, especially if you are looking for some vivid color from your evergreens.

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  • GLOW STICK™ Japanese Holly

    A perfect way to bring compelling structure and color to your landscape or garden – every single day of the year! Glow Stick Japanese holly (Ilex crenata) combines a uniquely narrow and upright habit with cheerful golden foliage.  During the hottest part of summer, it mellows to a spring green shade before going bright yellow again in cooler weather. This is a perfect shrub for your front yard landscape: plant one as a striking specimen, a pair on either side of your front door, or create a grouping. There are so many ways you can use Glow Stick holly to express your personal style in the garden, and it’s ideal for covering in lights, too.

    Needs little to no pruning but can be trimmed if desired.

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  • BERRY HEAVY® Gold Winterberry Holly

    Our native winterberry holly is an adaptable plant that will tolerate a variety of conditions, including clay soils, and may be used for Rain gardens as well as general landscaping and Cutting gardens. Berry Heavy® Gold produces an abundant display of large, bright gold fruit in fall. It makes a very showy Mass planting or cut branch. Use Mr. Poppins™ as a pollinator.

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  • BERRY POPPINS® Winterberry Holly

    Our native winterberry holly is an adaptable plant that will tolerate a variety of conditions, including clay soils, and may be used for Rain gardens as well as general landscaping and Cutting gardens. Berry Poppins® is a heavy fruiting dwarf plant with better fruit set than ‘Red Sprite’. It is ideal for small sites that need winter color. Use Mr. Poppins® as a pollinator.

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  • BERRY HEAVY® Winterberry Holly

    This mass of cheery red berries looks at home in a variety of gardens – wildlife, native, formal, and mixed beds, of course. If you need a big surefire success for your fall show, trust Berry Heavy winterberry. It has a nice large habit, with good branching. It loads up with tiny white flowers in the springtime and when pollinators cross back and forth between it and the male pollinator, Mr. Poppins™, it develops a profusion of berries. There are more than enough branches to gather some for floral displays and leave plenty for the birds. This plant drops its leaves early in the fall, which gives it a great landscape presence. Unlike older varieties that keep their leaves well into late fall, which hides the berries a bit and makes it a little tedious to clean up to display in a vase. Once a few frosts hit, the berries will soften up enough for the birds to eat them. Unlike the birds, deer won’t touch these plants, so you’ll get to enjoy watching this North American native grow uninhibited.

    Why grow Berry Heavy winterberry?

    • Tolerates a variety of conditions, including clay soils and rain gardens
    • Abundant fruit set
    • Easy maintenance
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  • BRASS BUCKLE® Japanese Holly

    A neat and tidy little plant with bright gold color, Brass Buckle™ adds year-round color to landscapes. The clear yellow foliage is more attractive than that of other varieties, and has good burn-resistance. It is ideal for edging walks and borders.

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  • CASTLE KEEP® Blue Holly

    Long a favorite during its evaluations, Castle Keep® blue holly has the classic good looks of this handsome evergreen but with soft-to-the-touch deep green foliage. Semi-dwarf rounded habit makes it a versatile choice for landscape. This is a female variety that will develop red fruit if a male pollinator like Castle Wall® holly is planted nearby.

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  • CASTLE SPIRE® Blue Holly

    A beautiful compact, pyramidal blue holly with large dark green leaves and superior branching. It will produce bright red berries when planted near Castle Wall™ as a pollinator. A great foundation, specimen or hedge plant and alternative to capitata yew.

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  • CASTLE WALL® Blue Holly

    Although it is the preferred pollinator for Castle Gold™ and Castle Spire® hollies, Castle Wall® is a handsome plant in its own right. It is a broadly columnar evergreen with lustrous dark green leaves and compact branching. It is an excellent hedge plant that can be used as you would Hicks yew.

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  • GEM BOX® Inkberry Holly

    Unlike other I. glabra, this dwarf variety maintains its good branching all the way to the ground. It is an excellent alternative to boxwood. It has dark green evergreen foliage with attractive red tips during the spring flush. Use this adaptable native plant as a small hedge or a container specimen.

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  • SQUEEZE BOX® Inkberry Holly

    A whole new world of opportunities has opened up with this new male inkberry holly. It will pollinate our female varieties Gem Box and Strongbox, resulting in berries that birds find irresistible. Beyond its usefulness to our female inkberries, it’s a truly handsome . It grows into a lovely strictly upright pyramid. It’s filled with tiny leaves, easily bringing fine texture to any landscape. A great companion to plants with larger leaves, able to balance out the

    Why grow Squeeze Box inkberry holly?
    – Shiny evergreen foliage
    – Useful narrow habit
    – Helpful pollinator for female inkberries

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  • MR. POPPINS® Winterberry Holly

    Our native winterberry holly is an adaptable plant that will tolerate a variety of conditions, including clay soils, and may be used for Rain gardens as well as general landscaping and Cutting gardens. Mr. Poppins is a male variety that is a suitable pollinator for Berry Poppins®, Berry Heavy® and Berry Heavy® Gold winterberries. It does not produce fruit.

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  • PATTI O BOX® Japanese Holly

    This is a petite evergreen well-suited to smaller gardens and patios. It is ideal for formal situations such as an entryway. Patti O™ has smaller, darker green leaves than other varieties and contrasts nicely with seasonal annuals.

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  • SKY BOX® Japanese Holly

    Stronger growing than other Japanese hollies, Sky Box™ has an elegant pyramidal habit that adds vertical lines to landscapes. It has shiny, dark green evergreen foliage and tight branching. It is an excellent specimen for formal gardens.

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  • STRONGBOX® Inkberry Holly

    With its squat, rounded habit, handsome evergreen foliage, and full, dense branching, Strongbox® inkberry is a welcome alternative to boxwood. Lush, deep green, and disease resistant, this plant offers huge potential for the landscape market and home owners alike. Stays green and well-branched right to the ground. Native to North America and highly adaptable.

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    LITTLE GOBLIN® Guy Winterberry Holly

    Our native winterberry holly is an adaptable plant that will tolerate a variety of conditions, including clay soils, and may be used for Rain gardens as well as general landscaping and Cutting gardens. Little Goblin® Guy is a male plant that is the pollinator for Little Goblin® Red and Little Goblin® Orange winterberries. It does not produce fruit.

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