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Shamrock Dwarf Inkberry Holly. Ilex glabra compacta 'Shamrock Inkberry'. Spineless flat leaves of deep green on a compact rounded form, bears blue/black berries in autumn, virtually pest-free. Sunlight Exposure: Plant Attributes: Attracts: Plant Type (s): Evergreen. Plant Height: 2’ - 3’. Plant Width: 2’ - 3’.

Prune to shape in early spring just before new growth begins.

Jun 02, Gal. Holly Inkberry Shamrock Shrub Shamrock' grows as a compact, rounded shrub Shamrock' grows as a compact, rounded shrub and thrives in moist locations. Its greenish-white flowers open in spring, and if pollinated, mature to black, 5/5(13).

May 12, Inkberry Holly 'Shamrock' are medium sized shrubs, growing up to 4'. The green and glossy leaves may remain evergreen if temperatures do not plummet below zero often. Some pruning may be required to remove dead branches. To maintain as a hedge, more pruning is required. Serious diseases or pests are uncommon. The Compact Inkberry 'Shamrock', Ilex glabra 'Shamrock,' is a handsome compact form of the native Inkberry with lustrous dark green leaves.

It is slow growing and compact. 'Shamrock' tolerates wet sites. 'Shamrock' is a very nice compact inkberry that has new growth being a much brighter, glistening green, then maturing to the lustrous dark. A highly desirable and versatile evergreen landscape shrub, can be used in the garden or for hedging, massing and topiary, takes pruning very well; small glossy leaves and a naturally dense, compact oval form.

Ornamental Features. Shamrock Inkberry Holly.