The Holly Society of America, Inc. is an active, non-profit organization with members throughout the United States and numerous foreign countries. The purpose of the Society is to stimulate interest, promote research, and collect and disseminate information about the genus Ilex. The society provides the medium for all people interested in hollies, including both novices and skilled growers, to communicate and exchange information through scientific studies, publications, lectures, meetings, visiting holly collections, and other educational endeavors.
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SAVE THE DATE
67th ANNUAL MEETING
HOLLY SOCIETY OF AMERICA, INC.
October 22-25 2014
Rutgers University, New Jersey
Holly of the Year 2014
Ilex x meserveae ‘Mesgolg’ Golden Girl®
The Dedication of Our Plaque
Friday, December 27, 2013
The Holly City Family Center, Millville, New Jersey
Honoring the original founders, managers and champions of Millville's Holly Farm, who cultivated and nurtured one of the largest holly orchards in the country earning our community distinction as the "Holly City of America." Learn More...
See our Q&A Section.
Salt Spray Damage from Super storm Sandy Advise.
NEW Test Hollies Gallery
The Test Holly Program
Years 2008 - 2013
For a PDF file of the Fall 2011 Report and Evaluation Form click here...
Plant Descriptions and Photos Click Here...
2003-2012 Hollies of the Year Poster
ON SALE NOW!
Bill Cannon has created a beautiful poster that features the 2003-2012 Hollies of the Year, and has donated it to the Holly Society. The full color, 11 × 17 inch (28 × 43 cm) poster has a photograph of each holly, sells for $15, including domestic postage
Bill will mail you the poster and the proceeds will help support the Holly Society.
The Holly Society of America, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization with members from around the world, both amateur and professional, that share a common interest in hollies. Holly Society members are encouraged to participate in HSA activities at the local, regional, and national levels. Such participation serves to enhance the bonds of fellowship and expand each member’s knowledge of the genus Ilex.
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