Oak Leaf Holly Tree (Ilex x ‘Conaf’ P.P.# 9487)

Oak Leaf™ Holly Tree

$44.95

What is Oak Leaf Holly Tree

The Oak Leaf Holly is a new and improved red holly variety that ticks all the boxes of a landscape favorite. It’s cold hardy and drought tolerant, making it tougher than other types of hollies. Simply plant your Oak Leaf Hollies and watch them thrive – they’re perfect for planting in a row for a living privacy screen that doesn’t require a lot of upkeep.

Plus, the Oak Leaf’s dense foliage grows together to form a solid emerald green barrier, standing up as a powerful screen that blocks strong winter winds and snow. Whether they are standing alone or in a group, they radiate beauty with their pyramidal shape and their thick, glossy green oak leaf-shaped leaves all year.

In the spring, new Oak Leaf Holly grow emerges with a shade of maroon, capturing everyone’s attention before they turn emerald green. During fall, large red berries pop against the Oak Holly’s emerald green foliage, creating an alluring winter show. Pick a few branches to incorporate the red and golden, emerald green hues into your holiday décor.

But the best part of all? Our Oak Leaf Holly’s strong beginnings. We plant, grow and nurture each Oak Leaf Holly before shipping…and now, you reap the rewards of hard work at the nursery. Because we put meticulous care into our trees, you get easier planting, acclimation, and growth at home.

Oak Leaf Hollies are selling out fast, with their glowing emerald foliage and amazing perks. Don’t hesitate to order yours today, before they sell out. Get your Oak Leaf Holly today!

Oak Leaf™ Holly Tree (Ilex x 'Conaf' P.P.# 9487) Ilex x 'Conaf' P.P.# 9487

How to Grow and Care for Oak Leaf Holly Tree

Oak Leaf Holly Tree (Ilex x ‘Conaf’ P.P.# 9487) Growing Requirements

Hardiness zone 6-9 outdoors

Sun exposure

Plant your Holly in an area with full to partial sun – at least 4 hours of sunlight daily.

Fertilizing

Fertilization isn’t required for your Holly, but you can apply an evergreen fertilizer in the spring as needed.

Planting

Oak Leaf Hollies prefer full to partial sun, so plant in an area with 4 to 8 hours of sunlight per day, along with well-drained soil.

Dig the hole as deep as and approximately twice the width of the root ball. Holding the tree, carefully place it into the hole and make sure that the roots are not curling upwards. Backfill the soil, water to settle the roots, and cover the entire planting area with an organic mulch.

Watering

Once the roots are established, your Oak Leaf Holly will not need much supplemental watering. Be sure to inspect the tree and surrounding soil for extreme dryness during extended winter dry spells and water if necessary.

Fertilizing

We recommend not fertilizing unless your Oak Leaf begins losing its dark green color due to a lack of nutrients. If necessary, just a tablespoon of balanced fertilizer (labeled 12-12-1- sprinkled on top of the ground around the tree will suffice.

Oak Leaf Holly Tree (Ilex x ‘Conaf’ P.P.# 9487) Details

Common name Oak Leaf™ Holly Tree
Botanical name Ilex x 'Conaf' P.P.# 9487
Plant type Evergreen Trees
Hardiness zone 6-9 outdoors
Growth rate moderate
Height 10-15 ft.
Width 8-10 ft.