Ilex mutchagara Nellie R Stevens 13l
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Holly has a long history in Britain, the Druids (learned members of the Celtic population in Ancient Britain), regarded it as a symbol of fertility and eternal life, and ascribed it magical powers. A hardy, native plant, Holly berries provide a welcome feast in late winter for song thrushes, blackbirds, fieldfares and redwings.
Flowers: In the spring this native Holly produces insignificant self-fertilising white flowers which will lead to copious red berries from autumn onwards
- Moist, well drained soil
- Full sun or partial shade
- West. east, north facing
- Sheltered position
To retain shape clip in spring (once frosts have passed and after flowering), to remove any dead, diseased or damaged stems after the winter. Trim again in midsummer. Wear gloves due to spines
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