I don't know if these trees are wild or were planted by the previous homeowners. They were here when we purchased the house 7 years ago. The trees look healthy and have bright green leaves so what could be the problem? Maybe, a male female thing? Maybe, not enough sun shine? They are at the edge of the woods. Maybe, not the correct soil type? Hum, does anyone know why my at least 8 year old HOLLY TREES are not giving me berries, In the Garden...
Saturday, December 27, 2008
When I think of Holly, I think of Christmas and Red Berries. I know Christmas has passed for some, but in our house the trees and decorations remain in place to welcome in the New Year! As you know I have cats in the house so I don't use real materials when decorating but I would have been real upset if I could use real things such as red holly berries. Why you ask? Well, my two Holly Trees have yet to produce bright red berries in my Georgia Garden!