This holly variety has a dense, well-branched shape and is slow-growing.
It is a male forn (no fruit), the white flowers in spring are of no decorative interest but are useful for the pollination of other varieties.
The dense, oval, spiky foliage is dark green and sometimes turns purple in winter.
It is resistant to the cold.
MAGICAL ® Little Rascal can be planted in beds or solitary. Its naturally rounded shape is very suitable for contemporary landscaped areas, notably in small gardens to which it adds a permanent plant structure. It can also form a low hedge or a border for beds. It is also suitable for pots.
No particular nurturing necessary. To shape the plant, prune at the end of winter, after the hard frosts.
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