Burford is a variety of Chinese holly which is a member of the Ilex family. Its botanical name is Ilex cornuta 'Burford'. Blooms normally display as a colour very similar to Pale spring bud and Cream. When mature, blooms are roughly 0.6 cm (that's 0.23 inches in imperial) in diameter.The mature flowers take a Single form, with an approximate petal count of 4. Its fruits normally ripen as a colour very similar to Red. Leaves usually appear in UP Forest green and Napier green colour.
“This dense evergreen shrub or small tree has glossy, dark green leaves, each with a single terminal spine. Leaves are among the glassiest and darkest green of trees. The somewhat-showy clusters of fragrant, springtime, white flowers attract bees. The large, bright red, long-lasting berries during the fall and winter provide a nice contrast to the dark green leaves. The plants are self-fertile and do not need a male plant located nearby for pollination.” 1
Burford Holly is flood tolerant. Provides shelter for birds.A type of Ornamental, it mainly grows as an Evergreen plant - which means it typically is a plant that retains leaves throughout the year. Normally reaching to a mature height of 24.77 feet (7.62 metres), Burford grows with a tree-like growth habit. This variety tends to bloom in mid spring.
China is believed to be where Burford originates from.
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