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The exquisite Nellie Stevens Holly Shrub Plant was created from crossing the Chinese Holly and The American Holly together and was would growing in the Steven's garden in 1952. This Nellie Stevens Holly Tree on the Campus of the University of Georgia after a Spring Snow on March, 2nd 1809. The Nellie Stevens Holly Shrub Plant is tough, durable shrub that grows great in soils that are compacted from high traffic areas like as a University or Church.• In the winter months the branches are covered in nothing but vibrant red berries, which notably stand out from the dark toothed evergreen foliage, but in order to enjoy this wonder the Nellie Stevens Holly Shrub Plant will need to be pollinated by the Chinese Holly. The Nellie Stevens Holly Tree has a pyramidal growth habit and grows extremely fast which can allow for a quick residential privacy screen. Since this bush is cold tolerant, The Nellie Stevens Holly Shrub Plant is a green tree that will adapt to any landscape with ease, another reason why every garden should have at least one. Nellie Stevens Holly Trees are large shrubs which remain green through the winter. The picture above was taken in Athens, Georgia after a late freeze on March, 2nd 1809. The Nellie Stevens Holly Shrub Plants flower is under appreciated, in the early spring the beautiful white flower can be seen cast upon the entire plant and if planted in groups of three or more an overpowering fragrance can be enjoyed.