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Ilex cornuta is native to Asia. But several varieties have naturalized in the US. It is a broadleaf evergreen that flowers in May. Flowers are fragrant but inconspicuous. Pollinated flowers give way to berry-like red drupes (1/3” long) which ripen in fall and persist into winter. Birds are attracted to the fruit. These are versatile plants that work well in the landscape. We offer Dwarf Burford and needlepoint Holly. Both are popular in the US due to their reliable, low-maintenance beauty.