How to grow Inkberry Hollies (Ilex glabra) with detailed description

The products I use - This video is a detailed description of Inkberry Hollies. Inkberry Hollies are native to the Southeast United States. They can reach 4-6 feet in...

Inkberry Books to open in Cottonwood Square - Left Hand Valley Courier

Gene Hayworth, owner of Inkberry Books, will be holding a grand opening on Feb. 3 at the new location at 7960 Niwot Road, Suite B-3, in Cottonwood Square, the former location of HMK Jewelers.

Inkberry books will have a catalog of over 4,000 new, gently used, and out-of-print books along with book-related merchandise.

Hayworth had a lease at another location for the business,...



  1. The name "inkberry" is a clear reference to the fruits produced by the shrub, as is the plant's secondary common name, "gallberry." This alternate name derives from the fact that black ink was once made from the galls of oaks.
  2. Monrovia's Compact Inkberry details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.
  3. Inkberry holly shrubs (Ilex glabra), also known as gallberry shrubs, are native to the southeastern United States. These attractive plants fill a number of landscaping uses, from shorter hedges to tall specimen plantings. While the berries aren’t edible for humans, many birds and small animals are ...
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  5. Inkberry definition is - a holly (Ilex glabra) of eastern North America with evergreen oblong leathery leaves and small usually black berries.
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