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Little Henry is a useful native plant with lots of potential for the home landscape. It prefers moist soils and will tolerate wet conditions. It will grow in full sun to full shade, and requires little pruning or other maintenance.

Little Goblin™ - Winterberry - Ilex verticillata. Maintenance Notes: Best in medium to wet acidic soils. Prune to shape in early spring before the plant pushes new growth. The first ever tetraploid winterberry brings you extra big and abundant rich-red berries on a dwarf plant. You will treasure this plant for gardens, mass plantings or as a cut branch. Its compact size makes it ideal for residential landscapes. Available in better garden centers Spring 2015.

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Viburnum Chicago Lustre - to pollinate blue muffin in the circle - gets very large so plant near the back of the circle

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