Dwarf Burford Holly


The Dwarf Burford Holly, like its parent shrub, is a broadleaf evergreen, with clusters of petite white flowers during the spring, later giving way to bright red, ornamental berries. The small white flowers that cluster upon this hedge during the Spring are fragrant and lovely. The contrast of color between the luscious dark green foliage and the cheerful bright berries is a combination that is sure to brighten up your yard during the seasons when the foliage is not flowering.

Common Name: Dwarf Burford Holly

Type: Shrubs, Evergreen

Family: Aquifoliaceae

Native Range: Texas

Zone: 6-9

Height: 4.00-8.00 ft. 

Spread: 3.00-5.00 ft.

Bloom Time: Spring

Bloom Description: White

Sun: Partial to full sun

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Low

Suggested Use: Hedge

Flower: Fragrant, insignificant

Leaf: Small leaves, dark foliage, up to 2" in length. Broadleaf

Fruit: Bright red ornamental berries

Other: Attracts birds

Tolerate: Deer, drought