“Ilex Crenata, more commonly known as Japanese Holly, is an evergreen shrub, very similar in appearance to Buxus (Box) and is typically used for hedging or beautiful dense topiary. The small leaves are rounded, dark green and glossy, very similar in appearance to Buxus, but can be identified by its alternate (not opposite) leaf arrangement and the crenate/toothed margin. Its resistance to pests and diseases, in particular leaf spot, rust or blight, make it an ideal substitute. In late spring, it produces a delicate white flower followed in autumn by small insignificant black berries.”

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