The extra large red berries of Little Goblin Winterberry are brilliant right now! This hardy, native holly has a compact habit of only 3-5′ tall and wide, making it an excellent selection for home gardens, foundation plantings and landscape borders.
The showy fruit is produced in abundance each fall and persists into winter, making winterberry a favored food source for some of our native birds. Be sure to cut a few branches for yourself to enjoy indoors. Their cut stems will last for weeks, providing lots of color in seasonal decorating. Winterberry grows in moist soils and full sun to part shade. A male pollinator, like Mr. Poppins, is necessary for the female plants to produce all that fantastic fruit.