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Article: Blue Hollies: Premier Evergreens for Northern Gardens: Would you recommend planting in fall?

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ilovedahlias
Wakefield, MA

July 30, 2012
7:13 AM

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Hi! Thanks for the article. We have a spot where we would like to plant a holly on the east side of our house that gets a fair amount of sun and some wind protection since it will be right up against the house. We are in zone 5/6. Some winters some of our more exposed hollies have gotten quite a bit of winter burn. Would you say we should only plant a new holly in the spring here?

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