The Yaupon Holly is a small, rounded tree with small, leathery green leaves that stay on the tree year round. This holly tree adapts well to either sunny or shady areas. On female trees, small red berries form on branches during winter months. It is a hardy, small specimen tree that is able to enhance any landscape.
The Nelly R. Stevens Holly has a naturally dense and broad pyramidal shape. The leaves are glossy with a dark green color and are among the darkest of any plant. The Nellie R Stevens Holly produces inconspicuous white flowers in the spring that, when pollinated, produce many vivid red berries. This holly tree will grow to be between 10 and 20 feet at maturity.
The Foster Holly is small-to-medium-sized evergreen tree with an upright, pyramidal habit. It typically grows to a mature height of 20 feet with a spread of 10 to 15 feet, which makes it the perfect tree for natural screening or hedge purposes. Its leaves are glossy, dark olive green and elliptical; about 2 to 3 inches long. It produces small white flowers in late spring, which are followed in fall by an abundant crop of red, berry-like drupes. Female plants will produce fruit even without fertilization from a male pollinator. This evergreen will grow to reach a height between 10 and 20 feet at maturity.
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