Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'

Credit: Frank Organ

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fkaori1111
ふじやま かおり(Kaori)さんがアイテムを生垣で庭を楽しむに追加しました 2016年5月11日

ツゲの中には葉が黄色いものもあり、品種を変えて色に変化を出しても面白いですね。写真はイヌツゲのゴールデンジェム。また、葉の質感が違う樹種も取り混ぜればメリハリが出ます。ゲッケイジュ(月桂樹)のような葉が大ぶりのものも生垣として刈り込みが行えるので、部分的に混ぜてみても良いでしょう。

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cindyandglenn
cindyandglennさんがアイテムをLandscape 2に追加しました 2020年6月27日

The vast majority of holly species are evergreen and deer-resistant. It’s a large group of shrubby plants with sizes to fit any garden. They are known for their prickly leaves and red berries, which persist well into winter. There are several species native to the eastern U.S., including American holly (I. opaca) and yaupon holly (I. vomitoria). Pictured here is a variety of Japanese holly (I. crenata) known as ‘Little Gem’, which grows 8 to 12 feet tall and is hardy down to Zone 3.

boubril
boubrilさんがアイテムをMon Jardinに追加しました 2018年3月13日

Another great alternative to Box is a member of the holly family — Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata), zones 5-9. Ilex crenata is great as an evergreen in small gardens. It is slow growing and, left unclipped, has small, shiny black fruit in the autumn that contrasts so well against its tiny, glossy leaves. My choice, though, is the golden variety Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'. Leave it unclipped for a wonderful flat-topped golden sphere that provides wonderful color throughout the year — especially in winter and spring