How to Save a Dying Nellie Stevens Holly Tree


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A Nellie Stevens Holly Tree is primarily used to create privacy hedges around property lines. When planted properly, they produce deep green leaves and ornamental red berries and reach heights to 30 feet and a sprawl 12 feet wide. It's a hearty tree that has a high tolerance for drought situations. Disease is not a common problem, but as with any living thing, it does occur. One of the most common problems is brought on by insects that weaken the leaves and create a fungi known as sooty mold. This mold destroys the plant from the soil upward.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
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