Categories

PCMG – FAQ’s – Holly

Holly, “Burford”

Grows in full sun to partial shade, evergreen. Mature size 20’x10′. Blooms in spring followed by red berries in fall. Watch for scale…

read more

Holly, “Dwarf Burford”

Grows in full sun to partial shade, evergreen. Mature size 6’x4′. Blooms in spring followed by red berries in fall. Low water requirement…

read more

Holly, “Possumhaw”

Grows in full sun to dappled shade. Mature size 15’x10′. Blooms March to May in shades of orange, red, and yellow…

read more

What Is The Burford Holly Orgin?

PCMG - FAQ's - What Is The Burford Holly Orgin?The Burford holly was discovered in Atlanta, Georgia’s Westview Cemetery in the 1900’s. A member of the Chinese holly family, it is an evergreen shrub that has been a proven winner for over 100 years. In the fall, they...

read more

Are the Berries of Yaupon Hollies Poisonous?

PCMG - FAQ's - Are the Berries of Yaupon Hollies Poisonous?Short Answer, Yes. Plants That Poison by Schmutz and Hamilton states that the poisonous parts on hollies are the berries. “The berries of all species are reported to be poisonous if eaten in quantity. The...

read more