Ilex aquifolium Argentea Variegata
This Holly produces masses of bright red berries in autumn to winter and lustrous, spiny, silver-margined, dark green leaves, purplish-pink when young. This excellent, silver-margined holly makes an excellent, evergreen specimen tree for a sunny, medium-sized garden. It’s particularly suitable for urban or coastal sites since it copes well with pollution and salt-laden air. Can be pruned to make an excellent hedge or used for topiary.
Ultimate height 10m (30ft), spread 3m (10ft).
Ilex J. C. Van Tol
One of the best named female clones of holly, a small evergreen tree or shrub of open habit with purple young shoots. Leaves ovate, almost spineless, glossy dark green. Flowers small, dull white; berries large and abundant, bright red. Makes excellent hedge.
Ultimate height 8m (24ft), spread 3m (10ft).
Ilex Koeheneana Chestnut Leaf
Ilex meserveae Heckenfee
This variety is a strictly upright growing form, very hardy. The leaves are glossy dark green and finely serrated, not prickly. Produces masses of orange red berries, which last well on the bush.
Ultimate height 6m (19ft), spread 2m (10ft).
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