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Fertilizing hollies regularly leads to plants with good color and even growth, and it helps the shrubs resist insects and disease. This article explains when and how to fertilize holly bushes in the landscape.
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Do you enjoy holly trees during the holidays? The fruit remains on the trees through the winter and is attractive to wildlife and birds, although it is toxic to humans. Learn more about growing American holly trees. #gardeningchannel #gardening #growingholly
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The diverse holly family includes trees and shrubs that come in a variety of forms: columnar, pyramidal, rounded, or weeping.
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Photo about Holly Leaves and Red Berries Isolated on White Background. Image of christmas, color, people - 35210599
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Determine the type of plant that best suits your needs; these top hedge picks make your choice easy. #plants #hedges
Variegated evergreens, their leaves edged, striped or splashed in contrasting tones, add zest and color to the landscape. Variegated Evergreens for Winter Landscaping
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As an evergreen, hollies add rich color to the landscape year-round. While most hollies are evergreen, some deciduous varieties do exist. These bushes produce deep, glossy-green leaves in all seasons and bright-red berries in the fall and winter.
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Have you ever tried growing holly for winter cheer? American holly is a festive variety to start with. Learn how to grow this plant now on Gardener’s Path.
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Holly is a popular garden shrub for the holidays, but looks gret in the landscape season after season. #holly #gardening #winter
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Scientific name: Ilex vomitoria Abundance: plentiful What: tea from leaves How: Dry leaves, add boiling water Where: woods When: all year Nutritional Value: caffeine and antioxidants Dangers: Avoid the berries as they might cause an upset stomach in some people if consumed. Do not mistake Yaupon holly for the toxic Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense). See below to learn how to tell them apart. Female Yaupon holly in mid-summer. Male Yaupon hollies don't produce berries. Female Yuapon holly in…
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