Ilex opaca 'Satyr Hill' (American Holly)
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'Satyr Hill' was chosen Holly of the Year in 2003 by the Holly Society of America. This American holly was found as a volunteer seedling and developed at McLean Nurseries in Towson by a native Marylander, Stewart McLean and was registered by the Holly Society in 1970.
'Satyr Hill' is known for its bright red berries that persist well through winter and has a large upright-pyramidal habit. Foliage has large, round leaves and grows up to 35' tall and 20' wide, she is a beauty! A great choice for border, screening, or specimen tree and is deer resistant.