Santas Delight English Holly

12/05/2013 | Ken Lain, mountain gardener Plant Care, Tips, Trees, Uncategorized

Plant tip of the day – Santas Delight English Holly


Deep blue-green leaves are bordered by a wide creamy-white border which changes to pink in fall. Bright red berries complement the foliage and persist well into winter. A male English holly pollenizer will provide best berry set. A proven winter survivor where similar varieties have failed. Ilex aquifolium

4 Replies to “Santas Delight English Holly”

  1. I am interested in finding out the availability of the following plants:
    – Santa’s Delight Holly (Ilex aquifolium)
    – Swamp Peppermint Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus Rodwayi)
    My husband and I are interested these plants in the yard at our home in Ocean Springs, MS.
    Anne Trapp

    1. Working from the home office, but this exact plant was in stock yesterday and beautiful. We also have several other varieties of holly that grow well locally. It would be best to visit the nursery for a hands on look at the different types. Ken

    1. The Holiday Holly are nice this year. Unfortunately we are unable to accept orders online at this time. We would be glad to help at the nursery and deliver. Make sure to check out the new Country Quilt poinsettia at the same time . . .BEAUTIFUL!

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