Heavy berry production for brilliant winter color!  Sold in 3 gallon container.


Berry Heavy® winterberry produces copious amounts of bright red berries that really shine in the fall and winter landscape. It is a deciduous holly, which means it loses its leaves in fall, but this makes that vivid fruit even showier. The berries can also be cut for use in floral arrangements. To produce berries a male and female plant are both required - use Mr. Poppins® winterberry holly as the pollinator. Berries are not edible for humans but are relished by birds after they've softened in mid-winter. Native to North America.


Top reasons to grow Berry Heavy® winterberry holly:

  • Sets more berries than conventional winterberry hollies
  • Grows well in tough conditions, like shade and wet soil
  • Adds color and interest to the winter landscape


Attracts:  Birds
Resists:  Deer

Plant Type:  Shrub
Shrub Type:  Deciduous
Height Category:  Tall
Garden Height:  72 - 96 Inches
Spacing:  72 - 96 Inches
Spread:  72 - 96 Inches
Flower Colors:  White
Foliage Colors:  Green
Foliage Shade:  Dark Green
Habit:  Upright
Container Role:  Thriller

Light Requirement:  Part Sun to Sun
Maintenance Category:  Easy
Blooms On:  Old Wood
Bloom Time:  Late Spring
Hardiness Zones:  3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b
Water Category:  Average
Landscape Uses:  Cut Flower, Landscape

Berry Heavy® Winterberry Holly