Dwarf Burford Holly

Ilex cornuta 'Burfordi Nana'

Description

Landscape Characteristics

Mature Size: 10 ' - 10' tall & wide Growth Rate:  Slow Grower
Form / Shape:  Compact & round, dense but layered Drought Tolerance:  Moderate
Flower / Fruit: With a male pollenizer - small & dark red; without pollenizer - large & bright red berries; Flower color - white; tiny cream color in Spring Soil: Fertilize in Spring before new growth begins
Foliage:  Leaves - 1 " to 2" long to 1" wide; Show a blistered look; appearing puckered as if blistered Light: Full to Partial sun
Bark:   Single-spined Pruning: In Winter; shear annually for neat appearance
Companion Plants: Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar, Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo, or Goshiki False Holly Uses: Preferable for small landscapes; easy to maintain; one of the best selections for easy landscaping; use as evergreen hedge or border specimen

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