Shrub native to Québec. In the spring, this holly is adorned with pretty white flowers, but it is at its most spectacular in the autumn: the female plants bear a host of bright-red little fruit that persists after the leaves fall. The fruit is consumed by birds and is also used in floral arrangements.
Height: 1 to 2 m
Width: 75 cm to 2 m
Flowering: white, May to June
Fruiting: red, in the fall
Attractions for wildlife: attracts birds and pollinators