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 are covered with long lasting large red berries. They are dependable for berry production because this cultivar does not need pollination to set fruit. Learn more about the Burford holly in The Real Dirt a Gardening Handbook for Parker County.