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Iberis sempervirens

Iberis sempervirens

Evergreen Candytuft

To a foot or more high and wide. Narrow, shiny dark green leaves are attractive all year. Pure white f...

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Iberis umbellata

Globe Candytuft

Bushy plants 12– 15 in. high, 9 in.wide. Lanceshaped leaves to 3 1/2 in. long; flowers in pink, ...

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Ilex aquifolium

Ilex aquifolium

English Holly

From Great Britain, southern and central Europe. English holly (I. aquifolium) is the most fa...

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Ilex cornuta

Chinese Holly

From China, Korea. Dense or open growth to 10 ft. or taller, often wider in maturity. Leaves are typic...

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Ilex crenata

Japanese Holly

From Russia, Japan, Korea. Dense, erect, usually to 4–10 ft. high and wide, sometimes much large...

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Ilex glabra

Inkberry

This holly grows up to 10 ft. tall and wide, with thick, spineless dark green leaves and black berries...

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Ilex opaca

American Holly

Slow growing to 40–50 ft. tall, 20–40 ft. wide; pyramidal or round-headed. Dull or glossy ...

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Ilex verticillata

Winterberry

Native to Eastern North America. Unlike most kinds of holly, this will thrive in boggy soils, although...

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Ilex vomitoria

Yaupon holly

Native to Southeastern United States. Grows up to 15–20 ft. tall and 10–15 ft. wide, with ...

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Ilex x meserveae

Holly

Most plants in this category are hybrids between Ilex aquifolium and a cold-tolerant species ...

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Illicium mexicanum, photo courtesy of Richard Shiell

Illicium mexicanum

Mexican Anise

Native to northernMexico. To 4 ft. tall andwide. Narrowly oval, pointed leaves are medium green with r...

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New Guinea Imptiens hybrid

Impatiens New Guinea hybrid

A varied group of striking perennials usually grown as annuals; they were developed from a number of s...

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