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<i>Ilex aquifolium</i> 'J.C. van Tol'
<i>Ilex aquifolium</i> 'J.C. van Tol'

Ilex aquifolium 'J.C. van Tol'

English holly (self-fertile female)

This hardy native holly is unusual in that its glossy, dark green leaves are almost spineless. It is also self-fertile, and...

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