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Blue Maid Holly Hedge

Ilex meserveae ‘Blue Maid’

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The Blue Maid Holly is a relatively low-maintenance hybrid holly that grows best in moist and well-drained soils. This variety is an evergreen holly that can be grown up to 8 feet tall and is ideal for hedging or creating an outdoor screen. Blue Maid is quite hardy and has snag-free purple-green foliage that looks lovely along walkways or as border plantings. This densely bushy plant has bright red berries and distinctive purple stems, which makes it looks fantastic under snowfall and throughout the remainder of the year. For a sturdy winter-friendly holly, Blue Maid is an excellent choice.
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Blue Maid Holly hedges ready for harvest.

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Blue Maid Holly hedges have nice red berries.

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Blue Maid Holly berries are bright red and attractive to birds.

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2 year old Blue Maid holly hedges growing in the InstantHedge fields.

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Blue Maid Holly hedges in production at InstantHedge.

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Blue Maid Holly has small white flowers in spring.

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Blue Maid Holly is a beautiful evergreen hedge with glossy green leaves.

Quick Guide

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Ilex x. meserveae Blue Maid Details

USDA Hardiness Zones:5 - 9
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Sun/Shade:Full Sun
Deer Resistance:Yes
Watering Requirements:Weekly, or possibly more often in containers or extreme heat
Growth Rate:Moderate
Mature Size:Up to 12’ height and 4’ width
Drought Tolerance:Moderate
West Coast - Sunset Heat Zones:4 - 9 and 14 - 17
Pest/Disease Issues:Potential insect problems include holly leaf miner, spider mites, whitefly and scale. Potential disease problems include leaf spot, leaf rot, tar spot and powdery mildew.

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