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The leaves of Common winterberry are not shaped with sharp teeth like other hollies and are not evergreen. The purplish green foliage turns black, in fact, with the first frost. The inconspicuous flowers, however, are followed by dense clusters of bright red berries that remain on the branches throughout winter. Winterberry is a globular, upright, medium-sized shrub, typically 6-10 ft. tall (to 20 ft. in some circumstances).

Extremely showy in late fall and early winter when covered with their bright red fruit, these shrubs are either male or female–a trait typical of the holly family.

Birds are readily attracted to them.

Since this shrub grows in both wet and dry sites, it is an adaptable naturalizer.

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SKU: ILVEC2 Category:
The leaves of Common winterberry are not shaped with sharp teeth like other hollies and are not evergreen. The purplish green foliage turns black, in fact, with the first frost. The inconspicuous flowers, however, are followed by dense clusters of bright red berries that remain on the branches throughout winter. Winterberry is a globular, upright, medium-sized shrub, typically 6-10 ft. tall (to 20 ft. in some circumstances).

Extremely showy in late fall and early winter when covered with their bright red fruit, these shrubs are either male or female–a trait typical of the holly family.

Birds are readily attracted to them.

Since this shrub grows in both wet and dry sites, it is an adaptable naturalizer.

Straight Species

Additional information

Native

Long Island, United States

Wetland Indicator

FACW

Size

2 Gallon, 3 Gallon

Moisture

Medium, Wet, Wet-Medium

Special Attributes

Bird Attractor

Sunlight

Full, Full-Partial, Partial, Partial-Shade