#3 (2.4 Gal) - Dwarf Burford Holly (Ilex Cornuta) - Live Evergreen Shrub

Dwarf Burford holly is a compact growing holly that is capable of producing berries on its own without a pollinizer present. It does well in the landscape when planted as a hedge or border specimen. This is a good selection for the deep South with its ability to tolerate heat and drought. When planting this Holly, dig the hole twice as wide as the pot and mix rich garden soil in with your native soil, then leave the top of the root ball 1/2 inch above the ground level when filling the hole with soil. Use a slow-release granular fertilizer in spring.