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Choosing Small Trees for a Big Impact | February 2011 eNewsletter (Savannah Holly privacy screen)

Choosing Small Trees for a Big Impact ~ Savannah Holly privacy screen (Feb 2011 eNewsletter)

Yaupon Holly Tree- Small specimen tree that grows to about 15′.  If you want berries make sure you get the female varieties. Very hardy and drought tolerant.  Grows to Zone 7.  So best in southern states, however there are many other Hollies that grow further North so check what grows best in your area.

Yaupon Holly Tree- Small specimen tree that grows to about 15′. If you want berries make sure you get the female varieties. Very hardy and drought tolerant. Grows to Zone 7. So best in southern states, however there are many other Hollies that grow further North so check what grows best in your area.

A yaupon holly shrub is one of those plants gardeners dream of because it tolerates almost anything. Learn more about growing and caring for this shrub in the following article.

Info On Yaupon Holly – How To Care For A Yaupon Holly Shrub

A yaupon holly shrub is one of those plants gardeners dream of because it…

Ilex vomitoria 'Carolina Ruby' - dwarf yaupon holly

Ilex vomitoria 'Carolina Ruby' - dwarf yaupon holly

Oakland Holly is a very handsome evergreen producing distinct, oak-shaped leaves that emerge a burgundy color before maturing to rich green.

Stephens Holly is an evergreen shrub or small tree with a natural pyramidal form

Nellie Stevens Holly

Nellie Stevens Holly has a broad, pyramidal growth habit with lustrous, dark green leaves with 2 or 3 teeth on each side.

Nellie R. Stevens Holly -- Vigorous grower with dense branches that makes an excellent tall screen. Add a male pollinizer for an even larger crop of large bright orange-red berries. Zone: 6 – 9

Stevens Holly is one of the most attractive of all hollies. Vigorous grower with dense branches makes an excellent tall screen. Producer of large bright orange-red berries. Use male Chinese hollies as pollenizers.

Soft Touch Holly: (rounded leaf)  Compact, low growing, little to no pruning needed. Great alternative to boxwoods~

Soft Touch Holly: (rounded leaf) Compact, low growing, little to no pruning needed. Great alternative to boxwoods~

Dwarf Burford Holly- A dense growing evergreen shrub that will grow to about 4′.  In the winter it has bright red/ orange berries. Grows to zone 6 so check your local garden centers for the best varieties for your area.

Dwarf Burford Holly- A dense growing evergreen shrub that will grow to about In the winter it has bright red/ orange berries. Grows to zone 6 so check your local garden centers for the best varieties for your area.

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