- 6' depending on variety
-6' depending on variety
or Partial Shade
pruning is necessary, however the small leaf
varieties such as 'Dwarf Yaupon' and 'Soft
Touch' can be sheared regularly to maintain
formal shapes or hedges. By removing lower
branches. 'Dwarf Burfordii' can be pruned
to form a small tree.
durability, attractive foliage and low maintenance
make Hollies perfect for foundation plantings.
They come in all shapes, sizes and textures. Contrary
to popular belief, not all hollies have stickers.
'Soft Touch', a low and mounding variety, perfect
for planting under low windows, actually has leaves
that are soft to the touch. Some, such as 'Dwarf
Burfordii', produce a crop of attractive clusters
of red berries in winter. Other varieties of holly
grow tall enough to be used as trees or tall screens
in the landscape. Here we are presenting 'Carrisa',
'Dwarf Yaupon', 'Soft Touch' and 'Dwarf Burfordii'
hollies, the lower growing shrub-form varieties
we use most often in landscape designs.