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Holly bush plants are generally small trees or shrubs that provide privacy and stay evergreen. They are slow growing plants that can have lush, green foliage year round and bright red ornamental berries in the fall and winter months. Birds love these berries which gives them great value to wildlife.
The Best Types of Holly Bushes to Buy Online
Perfect Plants offers over 7 different holly bush varieties for you to choose from. With dense, evergreen foliage and easy care and maintenance. You’ll find holly plants that stay small and compact such as the dwarf holly bush ‘Carissa’ or larger varieties such as the Dwarf Burford which can be trained into a small holly tree. There is something for everyone and every planting site!
Our Holly bushes for sale can create dense privacy hedges that form borders around your landscape. The tallest holly tree we offer is the Oakleaf Holly, which can grow up to 14 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Some smaller holly bushes for sale include Soft Touch Holly and Dwarf Burford Holly. The small hollies are perfect for filling in gaps in your landscape and adding a green touch.
These holly shrubs for sale are low maintenance and require little pruning throughout their life only to maintain the desired shape. Holly shrubs are rarely affected by pests or diseases making them the perfect choice for many landscapes. Most of them can grow across the United States in various regions and planting sites.
We offer several types of holly plants for sale that come in different shapes and sizes. Note the
Sky Pencil Holly, is a columnar growing plant that fits in small spaces. Once established, they will require little to no maintenance to keep their green leaves thriving.
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What to Know About Your New Holly Bushes
Holly bushes can be planted anywhere but their mature size should be taken into consideration when choosing a spot in your landscape. Holly bush hedges are very common when landscaping with holly shrubs because they are quick growers and can provide privacy from busy streets or nosey neighbors quickly! You can also plant holly bushes as single specimen plants, in containers, mass planted, or in foundation plantings.
Holly bushes should be watered daily for the first week after they’re planted and then twice a week afterward until they are established. After that, holly bushes need at least 2 inches of water weekly.
Pruning holly bushes should happen to maintain the desired size and shape of the shrub. You can use hand shears or clippers to cut back dead branches or leaves. You can even prune your shrub into a holly bush tree! Small holly shrubs will need minimal pruning, only to rejuvenate the plants after years of growing or when the leaves don't look vibrant!
Holly plants prefer to be planted in well-draining, acidic soil in a place that receives full sun. They can also do well in spots with partial shade. Most hollies grow in USDA zones 5-9.
Our holly bushes for sale prefer full sun but can tolerate partial shade, especially in locations where there are very hot summers because they are drought tolerant.