Ilex a. 'Ferox Argentea' 3 gal

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Hedgehog Holly is indeed prickly, with spiny variegated leaves on dense purple stems that can grow to 10 feet tall and about seven feet wide. Use as a focal point in the garden in large containers or in the ground, or use as a privacy screen or hedge. Drought tolerant once established, Hedgehog holly grows best in full sun, providing year-round color and texture. Female plants will develop red berries in the winter, but nursery stock may be male only and thus will not have berries.

Common Name: Hedgehog Holly, English Holly
Mature Size: 10 feet tall, 7 feet wide
Growth Rate: Moderate
Cold Hardiness: -5 ° F
Characteristics: Evergreen, deer- and rabbit resistant, drought tolerant once established.
Light: Sun to partial sun
Structure: Upright shrub
Bloom Color: white
Bloom Time: Spring
Uses: Woodland gardens, container planter, hedges
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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