How do I transplant a 3-foot holly tree?

Answer 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 »

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How do I transplant a holly tree?

Choose a location that receives full sun, has well-drained soil and provides protection from wind. Dig a hole twice as wide as the root ball and as deep as the root ball is long. Dig the holly tree... Read More »

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

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 »

How to Transplant a Holly Bush?

The bright red berries and shiny green leaves of American holly herald the traditional winter holiday season. This small tree, along with other types of Ilex -- the Latin name for holly -- make att... 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 »