Two holly trees between ages 3 and 4 years (to my best recollection) and between 6 and 8 feet tall. I bought them hoping for the big red display of berries in the cold season, but they have not lived up to expectation. While they do produce berries, they are far from flamboyant. I believe they are possumhaws.
You must dig them up. You can borrow our shovel.
Now is the best time to transplant them because they are still dormant from winter.
I would be grateful if you brought me three bags of rose soil (cheap at Houston Garden Centers) to fill in the holes.
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