Weeping Yaupon - Ilex vomitoria 'Pendula'

 
HEIGHT - 10' - 20'
WIDTH
- 8' - 12'
BLOOM TIME
- Spring
SOIL TYPE
- Loam; Well-drained; Moist; Acid - Alkaline
LIGHT
- Sun
NOTES -
The Weeping Yaupon is a versatile evergreen holly for general use in Texas. It grows on almost any soil type and in sun or shade, although it is found naturally in low, moist, acid woods. It is drought tolerant but can also survive temporary poor drainage.
 
It has a picturesque upright, weeping habit. The flowers are white, but inconspicuous. Appearing in late summer and fall, the red berries are very ornamental, and eaten by many birds.