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Ilex x attenuata
'East Palatka'
East Palatka Holly

Ilex x attenuata - 'East Palatka' - East Palatka Holly

Description

The East Palatka Holly is a cultivar of Ilex x attenuata which is a cross between Ilex cassine (Dahoon Holly) and Ilex opaca (American Holly). East Palatka is female and produces dark red berries. Ilex x attenuata 'East Palatka' is an evergreen shrub with lance-shaped light green, spineless leaves. The East Palatka Holly is a narrow pyramidal shaped tree that can get 12 feet tall and 6 feet wide and has a looser growth habit than Ilex x attenuata.

Hardiness: USDA Zones 6-9
Plant Use:
Shrub
Exposure:
Full Sun-Part Sun
Water Requirements:
Medium

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