Blue Princess Holly
Blue Princess holly needs a male pollinator such as Blue Prince to produce her trademark holly berries. Blue Princess and Blue Prince are two of the Meserve hybrids. With their bright berries and shiny, dark foliage, these prickly bushes offer winter interest for your yard. Protect the berries with netting if you do not wish to lose them to birds!
Sky Pencil Holly
Do you admire those "green columns" you see in some people's landscapes? I'm talking about those narrow shrubs that are said to have a "columnar" shape. There aren't a lot of different options for this living architecture, especially options that don't require frequent pruning. But Sky Pencil holly presents one such option.
Hetz's Japanese Holly
While walking around a garden center, have you ever thought you were looking at boxwood shrubs, only to see "Japanese holly" on the plant label? If so, you'll enjoy this article, which is about growing Hetz's Japanese holly and telling it apart from boxwood.
Nellie Stevens Holly
Ilex x 'Nellie R. Stevens' is a popular type of holly in the Southeast region of the United States. Available in either bush-form or tree-form, this holly plant makes a bold statement in the landscape with its foliage and its berries.