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Campus Gardens

Ilex glabra 'Shamrock'
Inkberry holly 'Shamrock'
Family: Aquifoliaceae

The Inkberry holly 'Shamrock' is a native evergreen that can grow up to 3 to 4 feet high and its width can also get up between 3 to 4 feet. This evergreen likes full to partial sun and it's a low maintenance plant. Its main use is a shrub and it's hardiness zones are 4 to 9. This plant blooms between May and June and has a greenish-white color. This evergreen has glossy dark green leaves (to 1.5" long) and usually remain attractive in winter unless temperatures get well below zero. This plant is located at the entrance gardens to campus and also along Ring Road.

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