Ilex verticillata - Winterberry - Bagged Bareroot
Most noted for its bright red berries which will hang on for most of the winter and are great for cutting and using in your Christmas decorations. Has oval shaped bright green leaves that turn yellow in the fall and then black after first frost. In the wild these are most often found along creek banks where it is moist and the soil is rich. they will also tolerate drier conditions. Give them at least a 1/2 day of sun to produce plenty of red berries. You will also need a male and a female for them to produce the berries.
Semi- shade, Moist Soil, Winter, 4-6 ft Tall, Zones 3-9