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Winter Red Winterberry Holly Shrub

Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red'

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Winter Red Winterberry Holly Shrub Care

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Sunlight

Plant your Holly in an area with full to partial sun - at least 4 hours of sunlight daily.

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Watering

Water weekly, or more often in extreme heat. Water when the soil is dry 2-3 inches down.

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Fertilizing

Fertilization isn't required for your Holly, but you can apply an evergreen fertilizer in the spring as needed.


The Cold Hardiest of All Holly Varieties

Why Winter Red Winterberry Hollies?

Breaking the stereotypes that suggest hollies will only flourish in the south, the Winter Red Winterberry Holly has an extremely high tolerance for freezing temperatures as well as heavy layers of ice and snow. It truly lives up to its name and not only survives, but flourishes.

Every fall, these deciduous Winter Reds develop vibrant red berries that pop against the green foliage and stay throughout the season, even after the leaves drop. They glow in the landscape, providing bursts of color in the empty winter countryside. New growth emerges dark burgundy in the spring before maturing to signature green, imparting further visual interest.

Plus, Winter Red Hollies are compact shrubs, so they’ll fit perfectly as ornamental shrubs in smaller areas. They’re perfect for accenting gardens and framing porches, or planting in a row for a dense privacy screen. And though you do need an Apollo Winterberry to pollinate your Winter Red, planting and growing are simple.

Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better

Aside from the good looks and easygoing growth of our Winter Red Winterberry, you get proven performance, year over year. At our nursery, we’ve planted and grown each Winterberry Holly with the utmost care. That means high-quality benefits once it arrives to your door, along with consistent results from season to season.

So, why wait? Get the classic, stunning growth and no-hassle care of the Winter Red in your own landscape. Order your Winter Red Holly today!

Full Planting & Care Instructions

Product Details

Mature Height:6-8 ft
Mature Width:6-8 ft.
Sunlight:Full-Partial Sun
Growth Rate:Slow
Botanical Name:Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red'
Does Not Ship To:AZ,OR
Grows Well In Zones:3-9 outdoors
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Growing Zones: 3-9 outdoors

(hardy down to -30℉)

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Lisa
12/7/2023
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Planted & looking healthy!

Planted & looking healthy!

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Anonymous
7/23/2023

Winter Red Winterberry Holly

Great! arrived well packaged and on time. it is in the ground and getting to know it's surroundings! Thanks for a great experience.

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Ronald S.
6/20/2022
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Grows Fast

A very fast grower

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Susan R.
5/1/2022
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Winter Red Winterberry Holly Shrub

The shrub was very healthy when it arrived. Because of our winter weather here in NW PA, we had to wait almost two weeks to plant the shrub,along with other plants. It appears to be thriving and we can't wait to see how it looks come next winter.

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Anonymous
4/19/2022

Good choice

Very easy ordering on line and super fast delivery. The packaging was great and we had them dug in within a week. They are leafing out beautifully so I am excited for next year when they should berry up. The 3 gallon size is perfect for the back of my garden. I’m always looking for winter interest in zone 8/9 . If I need more plants, I will certainly look to Fast growing trees.

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