Plants: 6, "sea holly" (by relevance)

Latin name Common name Type Description Cultivation Hedging
Olearia macrodonta shrub 20ft (6m). Evergreen. Greyish, holly-like leaves with silvery undersides. Tiny, white, daisy-like flowers in June and July . Frost hardy, -5C. Sun. Good hedging plant. Yes
Berberis darwinii Darwin's Barberry shrub 20ft (6m). Evergreen. Small, holly-like leaves. Bright yellow-orange flowers in April and May, then blue berries. Fully hardy. Sun or partial shade, well-drained site. No
Eryngium x oliverianum Sea Holly perennial 3ft (90cm). Basal leaves are leathery, blueish grey with jagged edges. Big, blue, thistle-like flower heads, in August and September. Fully hardy. Sun and fertile soil. Good for cutting and drying. No
Eryngium alpinum Sea Holly perennial 3ft (1m). Basal leaves are heart-shaped and glossy, with jagged edges. Purplish-blue floewr heads with blue bracts. Fully hardy. Sun and fertile soil. Good for cutting and drying. No
ILEX genus Holly shrub, tree c. 5-70ft (1.5-20m). Evergreen. Dark, glossy leaves with wavey, usually spined edges. Red or yellow berries. Poisonous. Half-hardy, 0C, to fully hardy. Single-sexed, so both sexes required for berries. Sun or shade. No
Eryngium tripartitum Sea Holly perennial 3ft (90cm). Forms clumps of glossy, dark green leaves. Small rounded, violet-blue flowers with greyish-blue bracts, from July to September. Fully hardy. Tolerates sandy soils. Good for cutting and drying. No

Plants: 6, "sea holly" (by relevance)