Selected for its compact habit and glistening, bright green new foliage, this dwarf female holly makes an excellent hedge or border plant. The dense twiggy habit displays an abundance of black berries through winter, accenting the evergreen foliage. Shrub has similar appearance to Boxwood without all the potential issue. Primary difference is the Inkberry doesn't set leaves all the way to the ground, but Boxwood does. Plan to have a groundcover plant paired with Inkberry and you will never notice. 3 gal

Inkberry- 'shamrock'

$47.50Price
  • Full sun- part shade