American holly


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American holly

[ə‚mer·ə·kən ′häl·ē]
(forestry)
Ilex opaca. A type of holly, widely valued as a Christmas decoration, that grows naturally in the eastern and southeastern United States close to the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, in the Mississippi Valley, and westward to Oklahoma and Missouri; it attains a maximum height of 40-50 ft (12-15 m) and has red berries on dark evergreen leaves.
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Important understory trees include American holly (Ilex opaca Ait.) and flowering dogwood (Cornus florida L.).
LANDSCAPE NOTES: Greenleaf American Holly is a popular cultivar of I.
The guidelines require the plans to include an observation deck at the south east corner of the site and that plantings be done with native and selected naturalized species including black willow, cottonwood, pitch pine, American holly and sweet pepperbush.
Rousey did not make a statement after the loss that came 13 months after fellow American Holly Holm knocked her out in Melbourne, Australia.
American Holly said telling Michael what really happened was traumatic.
Q: If I prune an American holly bush down to the trunk will it grow back?
Favorite foliage choices are American holly, English ivy, pine, mistletoe, cedar, juniper, and boxwood.
The 22-year-old from Sutton Coldfield - world-ranked 119 - was slow hand-clapped off court after she urged the umpire to stop her match against American Holly Parkinson with the score at 3-6 6-3 1-0.
If she plays half-decently, Warwickshire's finest should remove the American Holly Parkinson at the first hurdle.
30 in Las Vegas, more than 13 months after she was knocked out by American Holly Holm in her first-ever loss.
In addition to those mentioned above, these include such well-known trees as quaking aspen, boxelder, northern catalpa, American holly, chestnut oak, and saguaro.
Just follow the recent string of losses from since Rousey fell last year to American Holly Holm.

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