Compact Japanese Holly (Ilex Compacta) is an evergreen shrub that produces dark green foliage that appear as small, glossy leaves. In mid-full to late winter in produces small, black berries. Planting Instructions Water before planting plant in Full Sun to Part Shade Dig hole 3 times the width of pot Backfill and plant 1-2 inches above soil level Water and add more soil if needed Mulch plants apply a slow-release fertilizer in early spring Water 2-3 times per week until established GROWTH & CARE Plant Name Compact Japanese Holly (Ilex Compacta) Scientific Name Ilex crenata Compacta Exposure: Sun or Shade Bloom / Feature Finely textured evergreen foliage Average Dimensions 6 feet H x 6 feet W USDA Zones USDA Zones 6-9 Soil Well drained acid Water Water as needed Uses Hedge / Foundation What's my zone USDA Hardiness Zone Finder Plant Directions: Sent by mail
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