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  • Nellie Stevens Holly for Sale

    Nellie Stevens Holly for Sale

    Nellie Stevens Holly for Sale

 
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Nellie Stevens Holly

Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens'

$24.95

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-t- Planting Mix
Nellie Stevens Holly Planting Mix

Helps your Nellie Stevens Holly get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Course Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.


Soil Contents
$6.95
-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

APPLICATION:
1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer
$4.95
-t- Planket™ - Frost & Cold Protection
PLanket 10-20 ft.

Protect your sensitive plants and shrubs with the Planket™

Benefits include:

  1. Lightweight fabric allows your plants to breather while also protecting them from the frost and cold winds.

  2. 6ft. round size makes it easy to protect sensitive container plants.

$19.95
Add A Decorative Pot

Growing Zones: 6-9
(hardy down to 0℉)



Growing Zones 6-9
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

15-25 ft.

Mature Width:

5-10 ft.

Sunlight:

Full Sun, Partial Sun

Spacing:

5-6 ft.

Growth Rate:

Fast

Drought Tolerance:

Good

Botanical Name:

Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens'

Does Not Ship To:

AZ



Don't Buy Bare-Root Trees (learn why below)
 

Popular Holly Hedge Offers Complete Year-Round Privacy

Here's why Nellie Stevens hollies have become so popular:

    • Ideal selection for hedges and privacy screens
    • Grows up to 3 ft. per year!
    • Thrives on neglect

You'll appreciate how these holly trees stay deep green all year, unlike other hedge trees that can brown out during either the summer heat or mild droughts.

Plant 5-6 ft. apart for a living wall that gives you complete privacy...no holes, no gaps.

You control how they grow - whether naturally into a dense, pyramidal shape that matures at 15-25 ft., or pruned into a tall box hedge.

They grow as much as 2 to 3 ft. per year without pruning. When they reach the height you want, just clip off the leader. This will slow them down and make them thicken out.

These holly trees make perfect accents at the corners of your home, planting beds, or entryway. The dark green foliage makes a great contrast to surrounding trees and shrubs.

During the winter months, you will enjoy the red berries against the deep green foliage. Clip off some branches to decorate your home for the holidays.

This tree is a bird watchers delight, as its berries attract all kinds of wildlife!

Unlike most holly varieties, these grow tall and stay deep green all year round. Nellie Stevens Holly Trees grow in sun or partial shade.

You will never find a better privacy screen at such a low price. These will sell out shortly, so hurry and place your order today.





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We purchased 34 of these 3 years ago to create privacy hedge, and like the others commenting here they arrived perfectly packaged and healthy. We planted ours ~4' apart. Nearly all 34 have surpassed 6' now with just a few lagging behind. They appeared to grow a little slowly the first season and we babied them and gave them quite a bit of water the first year, and have been faithful in fertilizing w/ Holly Tone in Spring and Fall. They are absolutely beautiful and as described with deep red leaves year round and are now thriving, and appear to be growing at least 2' per year. We love these trees as do the birds, and couldn't be happier with our purchase. Looking forward to the day not too far off when our neighbors aren't looking into our back yard.
January 1, 2013
Growing Zone:
9
Growing Zone:
9
Purchased 6 of these last spring, then 6 more in the fall when the first 6 did so well over the summer. Goal was a barrier between my property and the Dukes of Hazard that live next door--never met a beat up car they didn't like, and bring home to their yard. Anyway, the trees arrived in great shape. I planted them against a three board fence, so I can measure growth by eye; I even saw a little growth during the winter months. They're all covered with blooms now and look great. Tried to purchase them from my local landscaper, but he wasn't a fan, suggested another variety. Glad I stuck to my guns. I'll order again
January 1, 2013
Purchased
over 5 years ago
I now have 12 of these plants and I just love them. I live in Kansas them are doing great with our 100+ degrees as well as long cold winters.
January 1, 2013
Purchased
over 6 years ago
We planted 16 Nellie Stevens Hollies to use as a wind and privacy barrier. We planted them 1 1/2 yrs ago and even though they are to grow 3-5 ft per year ours have grown about 2 1/2 ft because of a drought last summer. We are happy with the looks of the trees and they have grown very well this fall due to an abundance of rain and good temperatures. We are very pleased with the purchase.
January 1, 2013
I ordered 15 of these two years ago. Last year was one of the worst winters ever in NJ and while some leaves on the plants were damaged, this year for every leaf that fell off, two more grew. Every single plant is healthy and thriving. I have ordered more beautiful plants from FGT and all are of top quality.
January 1, 2013
We bought 16 of these last year, unfortunately they didn't survive our brutal winter... I called and you refund us credit for the total amount after purchasing the extended warranty. Was very happy with your service and our new trees. Thanks!
January 1, 2013
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Love ours
We bought 3 to plant about 5 ft away from our glaring white vinyl fence. Nice contrast. My husband is a procrastinator and it took him a month before we got them in the ground. One only had a dozen or so leaves on it, the other two were in great shape. I babied it and used copious amounts of Holly Tone around the outside edge of the planting hole. It came to life and has more leaves than the others. Hoping it makes it through this Winter (2014) since we are suppose to have a worse one than last year. It is planted in a mostly sunny area. I've found that all my hollies that I have planted in deep shade get leggy. So I tried sun this time. We were thrilled with the packaging and size on arrival. We are zone 6 in Michigan, Bay City area.
September 16, 2014
48706, MI
Growing Zone:
4
Our Hollies are surviving after a year or so of being planted. Not much growth on the 3 planted in full sun here in Houston, but the ones in partial shade are doing better.
January 1, 2013
Purchased
over 5 years ago
Trees arrived in great shape and we planted them a week later and they look great. I look forward to them maturing.
January 1, 2013
Purchased
over 5 years ago
We bought 8 of these Nellie Stevens to begin a privacy wall on our property. They arrived well packed, looked thriving & healthy upon arrival. We got them planted about a week after receiving. Theyve been in the ground for 2 weeks now & they still look healthy. I dont know about long term but so far im very satisfied. My only regret is I wish id known about Fast Growing Trees years ago! Ive spent fortunes over the years on trees from various big home improvement retail stores that are dead on arrival
January 1, 2013

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Nellie Stevens Holly


Nellie Stevens Holly Planting Diretions

The Nellie Stevens Holly (Ilex 'Nellie R. Stevens') is a perfect specimen tree because of its bright red winter berries, but it also makes a great plant for a privacy or security hedge. (Nobody wants to try to get through the thorny leaves on this plant!) This fast growing holly variety is hardy in USDA zones 6-9, making it the perfect tree for all but the coldest high plains and rocky mountain areas. Nellie Stevens Hollies grow to a mature height of 15-25 feet pushing out roughly 3 feet of growth per year. This makes them ideal foundation plants or trees for the corner of your house. The mature width is 5-10 feet in a mostly conical or pyramid form. They love acidic soil, and will grow where many other trees won’t.

If planting as a specimen tree, leave at least 10 feet in diameter around the tree for it to spread out. If planting as a hedge, place plants eight to ten feet apart. They grow quickly and will fill in. Plant the Nellie Stevens Holly at the corner of your yard as a beautiful, pyramid-shaped focal point or as a hedge along your property line.

Planting directions: Hollies are broad leaf evergreens, and can dry out in the winter, the best time to plant these trees is in the spring to early fall. This gives them time to establish a good root system before winter sets in. Choose a planting area with full sun to partial shade. They need the sun to develop the pretty red fruits, and while hollies have both “male” and “female” plants, Nellie Stevens is a variety that produces berries reliably without a “male” around for pollination.

1) To plant and grow these trees, first you need a pair of sturdy leather gloves. The leaves have little thorns on them, so wearing gloves while handling them is a must!
2) To plant you holly tree (wearing your gloves) dig a hole as deep as the tree’s root ball and twice as wide.
3) Remove the tree from the container and place in the hole (this is where the gloves come in handy) If the tree’s root ball is situated lower than the surrounding soil, pick up the tree and add some more soil to the hole.
4) Fill in around the tree with a 50/50 blend of the native soil you removed from the planting hole and a mixture of gardening soil.
5) Mulch around your tree with shredded hardwood or pine straw. (Do not use crushed shells or other calcium-rich materials as mulch).

Watering: Nellie Stevens is fairly drought tolerant. Water new trees twice a week for the first two months. After two months, water once a week up until six months. At that time, the tree will be well-established and will only need extra water if it is very windy and sunny during the winter.

A good rule of thumb for watering broad leaf evergreens (trees with wide evergreen leaves) is to water deeply (count to forty on each plant) once a week for the month before the ground typically freezes. If you have several days above 50-60 degrees in the winter, it doesn’t hurt to give your Nellie Stevens Holly trees a drink.

Pruning: Holly trees grow tall and shapely without much pruning. If you want a bushier, rounder plant, cut off the top of the tree. This will cause buds in the interior of the tree to sprout and the tree will have a fuller look. You can also hedge or prune these trees for shape. Always cut back to a leaf to hide your pruning cuts.

Fertilizing: Fertilize holly trees in the spring and fall with special fertilizer made for acid-loving plants. Holly Tone is widely used for fertilizing.

Holly trees are underused in the landscape. People think they’re hard to grow, but they’re not—especially the Nellie Stevens variety. Nellie Stevens trees are particularly happy in Pacific Northwest and East Coast gardens because of the acidic soil. Nellie Stevens maintains a nice, conical shape as long as you don’t remove the top of the tree. In the winter, when all of your other trees are bare, Nellie Stevens is still a lustrous green with bright red berries.

Planting & Care

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Need winter color in our garden
Stephen R on Nov 19, 2017
It has good reviews - low maintenance, grows fast and ideal for front yard, window privacy. So i thought of buying one.
Evangeline P on Nov 5, 2017
Need winter color in our garden
Stephen R on Nov 19, 2017
They are always green and good to block , beautiful plants and require little attention
Sohrab A on Nov 8, 2017
It has good reviews - low maintenance, grows fast and ideal for front yard, window privacy. So i thought of buying one.
Evangeline P on Nov 5, 2017
Makes a beautiful evergreen hedge!
Pamela N on Nov 5, 2017
For privacy and for the birds
sally a on Oct 27, 2017
Very pretty all year and privacy
Sandra B on Oct 22, 2017
Want a great privacy wall hedge. Green Giants get too tall. Looking forward to the pretty berries in the winter.
Sharon P on Oct 19, 2017
privacy and fast growing rate
Pam W on Oct 11, 2017
you had everthing I was looking for, can't find anything comperable in my area, thank you!
Rachel C on Sep 29, 2017
Need a nice, healthy sound and view barrier. We had Leyland Cypresses before, and they got all diseased plus they really don't get dense down at the ground level. We are looking forward to the lovely berries to attract birds this winter.
Donna C on Aug 9, 2017
I bought the Nellie Stevens Holly for privacy and security where fence isn't allowed. Hopefully criminals will be deterred by the pricky leaves and dense nature of this Holly.
Tony J on Aug 6, 2017
Like the shape and the red winter berries
Joseph P on Jul 23, 2017
your website indicated the order qualified for free shipping...it appears that is not going to happen....why?
ralph b on Jul 23, 2017
I did not order this tree
Lorraine S on Jul 20, 2017
Evergreen and zone
Starla L on Jul 12, 2017
Diversify my yard
David C on Jul 12, 2017
It will grow in my zone.
Jane T on Jul 2, 2017
I choose this variety for its ability to grow quickly and to add a little privacy to my yard.
Mark B on Jun 23, 2017
It is exactly what I was looking for! Perfect.
Kathy C on Jun 21, 2017
I chose these for practicality in attracting birds while offering a beautiful looking backdrop. I favored their growth rate and hardiness along with easy maintenance.
William O on Jun 15, 2017
From your description and I also has a lot of wild holly trees in the woods behind me and you could appreciate the green foliage during the winter months so it seems like the perfect privacy fence
Frank K on Jun 7, 2017
I had these in west TX. They didn't do well. I think it was too hot for them.
Yvonne B on Jun 7, 2017
These trees were getting good reviews. Hopefully, they will fit our need to replace trees which had to be cut down.
beverly w on Jun 4, 2017
Privacy hedge
Patrick A on May 29, 2017
fast growing privacy
william f on May 29, 2017
i need a tree private fence
heriberto i on May 23, 2017
Wanted a fast growing shrub that grows tall and provides privacy. These fit the bill perfectly.
Rick F on May 22, 2017
Fast growing plants, not available at local nurseries
Irene M on May 19, 2017
Fast growing, green all year, privacy screen.
Daniel H on May 10, 2017
i am thrilled to find a fast growing tree privacy. i am planting my first order from you today. the plant look healthy.
virginia s on May 3, 2017
I need a privacy hedge and the reviews were positive
Diane S on May 3, 2017
Need a hearty fast-growing-low-maintenance shrub that is deer resistant and provides a lot of coverage. From what I've read this one should meet my needs.
Ted R on May 2, 2017
Am looking for fast growing hedge
Terri N on May 1, 2017
My home was mauled by super storm "SANDY" and it's now time to replace the landscaping. I lost seven holly trees so I want to see what this Nellie Stevens Holly looks like, and I'll go from there.
ROGER PAUL M on Apr 30, 2017
good screening for shade area
Emily Jane M on Apr 29, 2017
We were looking for an attractive barrier that would separate our property from the roadway. From what I read this holly can withstand direct sun and draught conditions and is supposed to make a good hedge.....we'll see!
Karin T on Apr 29, 2017
Want a Holly that is green year around and grows tall and slim.
David B on Apr 27, 2017
Wind break for my greenhouse
David S on Apr 25, 2017
Same as for the Cypress trees. Want to mix up what I grow along the back of the house. The Cypress will be separated from the Holly trees by 3 large pine trees in the middle of the yard. Should provide a nice transition between 3 different types of trees.
Gary D on Apr 21, 2017
I was looking for a hearty screening tree with little maintenance and rapid growth.
james g on Apr 20, 2017
stays green all year and provides protection to birds
Ellen C on Apr 19, 2017
quick growth, beautiful shape and color
Alan L on Apr 18, 2017
block view of neighbor in winter
John B on Apr 18, 2017
Sturdy with quick growth.
Angela B on Apr 12, 2017
Looking for a pretty fast growing hedge. Going to try just one at first and see if the animals will try to eat it if it's in the pasture. If not, we will probably get more.
Priscilla C on Apr 12, 2017
My wife!!!
William B on Apr 10, 2017
for privacy
Hamida U on Apr 9, 2017
The Nellie Steven Holly will sit at the corner of one of our flower beds - at the corner of our house. We wanted a low maintenance shrub that was eye-catching as well.
Ted E on Apr 7, 2017
wanted to make a beautiful statement on the streetside of our house. will plant with the double pink knock out roses to complete the no maintenance area. can't wait to see how it looks coming down the street.
SHARON L on Apr 7, 2017
to replace the 5 Nellie Stevens that did not make it through the winter. I need an additional 10 Nellie Stevens to finish the back fence line, but am waiting for a better sell to by them
Bob T on Apr 6, 2017
They are always green and good to block , beautiful plants and require little attention
Sohrab A on Nov 8, 2017
Makes a beautiful evergreen hedge!
Pamela N on Nov 5, 2017
Will root system damaged your foundation if planted at corner of home?
barbara h on May 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No
Do you send or have males for pollination?
Beth m on Apr 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Nellie R. Stevens Holly is self fertile, and will bear berries without a male nearby, so we don't sell a male to go with it. Of course, it will bear more heavily if there is a male nearby - any Ilex cornuta will work, or Nellie's male counterpart, Edward J. Stevens. If you live in a neighborhood, you likely have an Ilex cornuta in the area, and should be fine.
do nellie stevens lose their leaves in winter?
JANET P on Feb 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This holly is evergreen and should keep its attractive leaves all year round.
Could I use these to create a short 4.5 foot barrier between mine and my neighbor's front yard? I was thinking of using them in front of our chain-link to cover it up and create a natural short fence along our property line. But I'm wondering if they are really meant to provide a much larger "privacy fence" at more like 6 and 7 feet. Would they do well if we tried to keep them to 4.5 feet? Thanks for your thoughts here...
Kemicakes on Apr 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: That's what I'm doing now with mine......I have a perimeter around the property..... I figure that when they reach the height that I want, I'll pinch off the terminal buds and let them bush out a bit. I planted mine in spring of 2014 when they were about 1 1/2 ft tall, they are now about 2 1/2 - 3 ft tall and some have started to bush a bit. I don't expect much from them as I neglect them, but they seem to thrive regardless.
When to,plant in Albuquerque, nm, 6200'?
A shopper on Jun 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It's best to plant the Nellie Stevens Holly in the early Spring or early Fall.
Are the berries harmful to dogs?
Dorothy M on Sep 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The berries can be harmful and result in vomiting or diarrhea if there is a large amount ingested.
In your description of the American Holly, you mentioned it was good for filtering out noise. Would you say this is also true of the Nellie Stevens Holly?
Alice W on Jan 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it will help create a sound barrier.
How wide does this tree grow?
Dan C on Jun 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Nellie Stevens hollies can grow anywhere from 6-10 ft wide when fully mature if you never trim it.
I live in zone 5-central IOWA. will this plant flourish here?
WESSONMAN on Sep 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Nellie Stevens holly do best in growing zone 6-9, so honestly these may struggle in your area. You may want to consider the American Holly that is very similar to the Nellie and they are more cold hardy for your area.
Do deer eat nellie stevens?
donna r on May 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These are not particularly appealing to deer due to the leaves. It would almost be like eating staples.
when is the best time to plant nellie stevens in southwest Mo 65650 ?
vernon h on Jan 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I planted mine in hard ground during the coldest months of spring 2014 as soon as I got them....... It's now early 2016 and they're still alive. I'm in southern Illinois..
Do these hurt dogs?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The tips of the leaves are prickly like any holly would be, and they can hurt if you get poked. My cats are always around the holly brushing up against them, and doing what cats do, but animals are pretty smart and my cats don't seem to get hurt by them. They do love to hide out under the shrubs and they are large enough now to provide some shade for them.

Hope this helps.
Ca you prune Nellie Stevens into a tree?
Darlene A. on Feb 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Actually you can prune the Nellie Stevens into a tree. Our holly is now almost 15 ft tall and we've pruned the lower branches so it now resembles a tree. We pruned a little every March, making sure we didn't take too much off. It's doing quite well. Good luck!
will this grow in full shade?
penelope a on Mar 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Full sun to PARTIAL shade is recommended. My personal experience is the more sun the better,
when is the best time to plant? we live in WV
Ynita S on Jan 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: As I understand, the Nellie Stevens Holly can be planted at any time of year. However fall and spring are the optimal times. Do be mindful of the soil pH (somewhat acid 5 to 6) for optimum growth.
Will Nellie Stevens tolerate mostly shade with dappled sunlight?
Joan J on Dec 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I put in 20+ of them, some in direct sunlight and some in shady areas, they all have done pretty well in central nj
How far apart should I plant these to obtain a hedge in a few years?
Kenny W on Sep 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: According to their web site:Plant 5-6 ft. apart for a living wall that gives you complete privacy...no holes, no gaps."

You control how they grow – whether naturally into a dense, pyramidal shape that matures at 15-25 ft., or pruned into a tall box hedge.

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Can they grow and survive in partial shade?
Susan G on May 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, ours has done very well in partial shade.
Does the Nellie Stevens have berries only in winter months? I am in zone 6 (Massachusetts). thanks
Deb O on Aug 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Nellie Stevens holly typically make berries early fall through late winter, depending on your area.
What is the root system, does it grow down or out, i am wanting to plant these within 5' of an above ground pool?
Keith K on Aug 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The main root of a Nellie Stevens Holly grows straight down, and softer more fragile roots grow towards the surface of the ground. We recommend planting hollies about five feet away from structures.
Will this grow in clay soil ?
Blue 1 on May 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have Maryland red clay. Dug a wide deep hole (2ft diameter & 2 ft deep). Mixed clay with a 5 gal bucket of shreeded leaves and a 5 gal bucket of horse manure. The plants are loving it. Clay holes do not drain well - be careful not drown the plant.
How fast does it grow?
Clayton E on Sep 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They can grow 2-3' per year.
Do deer like to eat these? YES or No Question.
PMY1971 on Mar 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No
Will holly trees or bushes grow in Nebraska?
Doyle R on Oct 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Nellie Stevens hollies do well in growing zone 6-9. And it looks like most of your area is zone. The American holly may be better suited for your area.
When will the berries on our Nellie Stevens turn red? They are green and fairly plentiful. We are in Maryland.
Mary E on Sep 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the berries on the Nellie Stevens holly will turn red. They turn red in the winter, around December.
Do deer like this plant? Does this plant have thorns?
Ursula R on Jul 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Having purchased Nellie Stevens Holly two years ago I have experienced no problem with deer foraging the hedges. I live in a semi-rural area. No other natural predators are keen on the holly. The plants do not have thorns. Nellie Stevens is a fast growing holly, deep green with shiny leaves. In the fall/winter, the holly produces small berries. In blooming periods, the holly provides an excellent habitat for pollinators.
Are they deer resistant?
Gourmet on Jun 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Planted 2 last year, no deer or other animal has snacked on it yet
Does anyone have experience w/ them in Northern NJ?
Gourmet on Jun 28, 2014
How close to a chain link fence can you plant a Nellie Stevens holly ? We intend to create a privacy barrier, but do not want to infringe on the neighbors property or ruin the fence...
Elizabeth O on May 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Maybe keep then 4 or 5 feet off the fence? According to the site, they can get pretty big but ours are only between 4 to 5 feet tall and this will be their 3rd summer. If you keep up with trimming them it should be pretty manageable.
How far apart should I plant Nellie Stevens?
pianoman on Jun 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Plant no closer than 5-6 feet apart. This distance is good if you want a tight hedge.
Google "Nelly Stevens Planting Instructions" and it will give you all the info you need.
Hope this helps.

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