YLAB - 3 Strands of Holly Berry Tinsel (6 meters in total)
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Fun Fact: The botanical name is a reference to this species being a significant ceremonial plant to indigenous communities in the Southeastern United States that induced vomiting. Holly, or Ilex, is a plant genus made up of many hundreds of species. Depending on the species, holly can be evergreen or can be a deciduous holly. People can easily recognize this plant with its green leaves with bright red berries – but there is a lot of variety within the genus, too. A wide spectrum of traits distinguishes this broad group: spiny or full and luscious; bright or dark green; sun-loving or drought-tolerant.
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Fun Fact: Inkberry’s botanical name refers to the smooth leaves , in comparison to other holly species with sharp spikes. Whether it's the kitchen table or a corner of the living room, make sure children feel comfortable to get creative. Holly is a plant that permeates pop-culture. Whether you’re singing a holiday classic with your grandmother, walking along some neighborhood hedges, or brewing a cup of Yerba Mate to start your day, holly, also known as the plant genus Ilex , is often nearby when you know where to look. Today we’ll dig into 20+ different types of holly and holly trees.Perfect for use in the classroom or at home, make the lead-up to Christmas both fun and educational for your child. Fun Fact: This variety was first propagated and introduced in New York in 1950 by Kathleen K. Meserve.
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Keep the environment as accessible as possible, for example by keeping paper and craft materials in a special drawer or labelled box. Today the plant is strongly associated with the Christmas season. In pre-victorian Europe, “Christmas trees” weren’t firs and spruces – they were holly trees . When these branches of green leaves and red berries are cut, they are primarily used as an ornamental Christmas holly plant in winter plant displays along with spruce tips, boxwood, and Eucalyptus. The vibrant holly berries stand out particularly well in the winter landscapes of temperate zones.Fun Fact: The fruit of Carolina holly is more elliptical than round , which can help to distinguish this variety from American holly, which is often growing nearby.
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Fun Fact: Deer and 18 species of birds eat the red berries in the United States according to the USDA. Fun Fact: This plant is also commonly known as Kurogane holly and was one of the first plants to return to Hiroshima after the city was bombed by the United States in WWII. Fun Fact: This type of holly attracts butterflies and is a larval host to the Columbia silkmoth. It prefers moist habitats such as bogs and marshesFun Fact: It is easy to confuse this species of holly with winterberry, but Finetooth holly has smaller berries and its leaves are semi-evergreen .