Holly is a wonderful flowering plant to keep when you want to add something special and seasonal to your garden.
It’s not just decorative looking but it can be beneficial since the evergreen leaves provide shelter for animals, bugs, or other small critters during winter. Towards the end of winter and all through autumn, the leaves start to lose their color, creating a picturesque scene in your garden that can please everyone’s eyes.
Also known as Holm-oaks and Hales, Holly trees may sometimes produce berries during wintertime or other months as well. These berries can last for a long time without spoiling! They are commonly eaten by birds who will spread them around so more fruit-bearing holly trees will grow in the future.