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x. meservae Blue Maid
Blue Maid Holly

A vigorous and hardy "Blue" Holly. Large bright red berries with broad pyramidal growth.

Sizes

3½ - 4'

4 - 4½'

 

4½ - 5'

5 - 5½'

x. meservae Blue Princess
Blue Princess Holly

One of the popular "Blue" Hollies which grows more upright than wide. Bright red berries in clusters.

Sizes

3 - 3½'

3½ - 4'

4 - 4½'

4½ - 5'

x. meservae China Girl
China Girl Holly

Chinese type foliage, but smaller than 'cornuta' on a round shaped plant. Bright red berries among moderate size leaves.

Sizes

4 - 4½'

4½ - 5'

5 - 5½'

5½ - 6'

x. Green Princess
Green Princess Holly

Resembles "Blue Princess Holly", but has a bright green cast to foliage and stems.

Sizes

3½ - 4'

4 - 4½'

4½ - 5'

5 - 5½'

5½ - 6'

x. Nellie Stevens
Nellie Stevens Holly

A supposed hybrid of cornuta and aquifolium which has proven to be one of our more popular upright Hollies. Rich dark green textured foliage on a vigorous plant with large orange-red berries in the fall.

Sizes

5 - 6'

6 - 7'

8 - 9'

9 - 10'

10 - 11'

11 - 12'

12 - 13'

x. Wyebec 'Becky Stevens'
Becky Stevens Holly

A hybid of Nellie R Stevens and an unknown male. Growth is quite upright, developing into a moderately narrow pyramidal shape. The foliage is small and dark green with 5-8 spines per leaf. berries are red and distributed evenly over the plant.

Sizes

Not Available

x. Wyeriv 'Wyeriver Queen'
River Queen Holly

A hybrid of unknown parentage exhibiting very attractive olive green foliage, oval shape and large red berries. Hardy in northern CT.

Sizes

3½ - 4'

4 - 4½'

4½ - 5'

5 - 5½'

8 - 9'

9 - 10'

10 - 11'

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