How do I dig up a 4-foot holly tree?

Answer PruningPrune the tree to be dug up. Cut the tree width back to 1 foot per inch of trunk thickness. Remove any dead or diseased branches. Generally, holly trees respond best to pruning in the ear... Read More »

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How do I transplant a 3-foot holly tree?

Preparing to TransplantHollies are not easy to transplant, especially after they become 2 or 3 feet tall. Prune the root area in a large circle before you move your holly--if you have the time--so... Read More »

About the Holly Tree?

The holly tree has played a vital role in America's history for many years. Early colonists boiled the tree's pine tops to make a tea for relieving coughs. Holly leaves, with their bright red berri... Read More »

The Holly Tree Fungus?

Holly trees are one of the hardiest of ornamental trees, but under the right conditions they are just as susceptible to fungal infections as any plant. Fungus on holly tree leaves can be caused by ... Read More »

How do i care for a holly tree?

Plant WellPlant your holly tree in fertile soil that is well drained and slightly acidic. Choose an area that will not be heavily cultivated, because the root system is susceptible to disruption. M... Read More »