Ilex glabra Gallberry Inkberry

$8.00
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Ilex glabra (Gallberry/Inkberry) evergreen shrub 6-8ft tall with 8-10ft spread.  Dark green foliage, upright, multi-branched. Found in wet areas.  Black berries are good food for birds.  Landscape value: great for hedges or borders. (Zone 5-9)

Size: 1gallon

Reviews

  • 4
    Three of Five survived

    Posted by JM on 30th Jun 2019

    I planted five fall 2017. By spring 2019, three have survived and are growing well. I attribute the loss to my own cultural practices and the many deer in my country location. If you have deer pressure, I'd recommend protecting the young plants until they are at least 2 years old. The survivors will be beautiful shrubs and are a good alternative to the blighted boxwoods.

  • 5
    Ilex glabra

    Posted by Sara Cilles on 13th Apr 2019

    It shipped on the day I requested and was well packaged with no shipping damage. It's larger than I expected and even has berries! Very helpful since now I know it's female.

  • 5
    Ilex glabra

    Posted by NativesOnly on 11th Feb 2019

    The 1 gallon plant arrived very healthy, and my hopes are that it will acclimate well to the low and wetter conditions I've planted it in. This is my second attempt at this wonderful native.

  • 5
    Inkberry

    Posted by Kelly Bourdeau on 30th May 2018

    Plants arrived in great condition. Impressed. Will buy here again.

  • 2
    Gallberry

    Posted by Marie on 2nd Apr 2018

    The plants I received were in exceedingly good condition and well packaged. Good, vigorous root balls and healthy foliage. I was very pleasantly surprised in every way. They were shipped exactly when I asked for them. Price was exceptional, too!

  • 5
    Ilex glabra

    Posted by Jolanta Moore on 23rd Nov 2017

    This plant was really large and healthy; while planting, I was actually able to split into three plants.

  • 5
    healthy shrubs

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Sep 2015

    The inkberries seemed healthy and viable. Both are doing fine so far. This native understory shrub is hard to find, and I am looking forward to watching them grow.

  • 5
    Boxwood Look-Alike

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Sep 2015

    The inkberry is a lovely substitute for the boxwood, due to its compactness, hardiness, and small leaves.