Leea coccinea rubra

COMMON NAME

West Indian Holly or Hawaiian Holly

TYPE

​Shrub

FAMILY

Leeaceae

NOTES

A vigorous, upright grower has distinctive, glossy, dark green, multi-divided leaves, producing a fernlike, lacy effect similar to Nandina's. Plants take on an upright form when young, growing into six to eight-foot-tall, rounded shrubs. New growth has a slight reddish cast.

GEOGRAPHIC REGION

Burma

NATIVE HABITAT

Not Known

WEB SOURCES

hort.ifas.ufl.edu



Leea coccinea rubra