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Inkberry, Ilex glabra, planted 2013 with a Grant from NJ DOT.  A shrub naturally maturing to 8′ tall if left un-pruned.

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Look for our Inkberry in all of the garden beds along the curb line of the Arboretum.

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Arnold Arboretum Article on the Inkberry