This dwarf mounding evergreen has some of the smallest leaves you’ll ever find on a Japanese holly. Round and glossy green, they are cupped downward so they look like green beads. Yellow stems year-round and tiny yellow berries that appear in the fall make a strong contrast against the foliage. Grows well in sun to part shade in well-drained soil.

Garden Size: 4’H x 4’W


Broad Upright

Zone 5


Companion Plant

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