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​Open Mon - Sat  8-5

                

​​(901) 755-4037    

Mid-Size Evergreen Hollies
Mature Ht. 6'-10'

Upright hollies suited for smaller spaces. Pruning may be desired to maintain size and shape.


Compacta       
Dwarf Burford
Miss Patricia
Sky pencil
Steeds 

5576 Hacks Cross Rd

Memphis, TN  38125

(901) 755-4037

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Large Evergreen Shrub/Small Tree
Mature Ht. 10' and up

Large Hollies used as privacy screens or specimens in pyramidal or tree-form.                     

                               
Acadiana 
Burford
Emily Brunner
Foster
Greenleaf 
Liberty 
Lusterleaf 
Mary Nell
Needlepoint
Nellie R Stevens
Oak Leaf
Oakland
Robin
Savannah

Dabney Nursery Holly

Landscape uses

Hollies come in all sizes, from 2' foundational shrubs to 30' screens with selections for speciman plantings as well.


Many produce berries that add winter color & attract birds.

Genus of more than 400 Holly species, including evergreen and deciduous varieties.


Choose the evergreen or deciduous variety that best suits your landscaping needs based on size & berry production.

Open Mon-Sat 8-5:00

Deciduous Hollies
Native

Leaves drop in Fall, exposing stems covered in berries that attract birds in Winter. 

                    

Sentry  (Ilex decidua)
Warren's Red (Ilex decidua)


These 2 species must be planted together in Southwest Tennessee:
Jim Dandy (Ilex verticillata) ​ - Pollinator for Red Sprite
Red Sprite  (Ilex verticillata) - Produces red berries

I-lex  \ˈī-ˌleks\  

​​​​Compact Evergreen Hollies
Mature Ht. 2'-4'        

Small shrubs used for foundation plantings & borders.

No significant berry production.


​​Carissa
Dwarf Yaupon       
Green Luster         
Helleri                      
Inkberry                   
Soft Touch                

Yaupon Hollies
Native Evergreens

Small-leafed, generally tall varieties that produce berries for birds & provide good nesting sites.

                                    
Anna's Choice
Dodd's Cranberry
Hoskin's Shadow
Kathy Ann Batson
Pride of Houston

Scarlet's Peak
Weeping 

Holly Selection for the Mid-South